Erlang at Universities ?

Thomas Arts <>
Thu Feb 20 08:46:54 CET 2003


At the IT-university in Gothenburg we teach Eralng
as second language to the students in the Software
Engineering and Management program. That is
about 75 students a year.

I know that teaching of Erlang was done at the university
of Aachen and Kiel (Germany).

/Thomas

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard Carlsson" <>
To: "Michael Fogeborg" <>
Cc: <>
Sent: Wednesday, February 19, 2003 4:44 PM
Subject: Re:  ?


>
> On Wed, 19 Feb 2003, Michael Fogeborg wrote:
>
> > Does anyone know what universities use Erlang ?
>
> Well, to begin with, at Uppsala we don't only have the HiPE project, but
> I'm also teaching a course in basic distributed programming methods
> where we use Erlang for the assignments. It allows the students to write
> a lot more interesting applications, compared to "the usual" stuff like
> making simple RPC calls (or using Java RMI) or implementing
> 2-phase-commit in C over sockets, etc. (God, that stuff is tedious!)
>
> The current assignment is to write a completely distributed and
> decentralized almost-unbreakable chat system using process groups and
> with a GUI in GS. Oh, and a nameserver so you can publish your groups.
> All in 8 weeks. Java, eat your heart out!
>
> /Richard
>
>
> Richard Carlsson ()   (This space intentionally left
blank.)
> E-mail:  WWW: http://user.it.uu.se/~richardc/
>
>




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