Help with learning Erlang

Enrique Marcote <>
Sat Oct 1 13:28:58 CEST 2005


Erlang is becoming quite popular here at the University of A Coruña thanks
to the group Thomas mentions.

Please Jose, feel free to contact me outside the list if you want. I'll be
glad to talk to you.

Best regards,

Quique


On 9/28/05, Thomas Arts <> wrote:
>
> Hi Jose
>
> There is a pretty strong group at the University of A Coruna that is
> very well capable of
> teaching Erlang. Why not take a course there?
> Look for LFCIA.
>
> There are even people there that used Erlang for AI!
> /Thomas
>
> Jose Balado wrote:
>
> > Hi, I am Jose Balado from Santiago de Compostela, (Galicia, Spain), and
> would
> >like to know if there is somebody, preferably near to meet in person, to
> help
> >me with learning Erlang or perhaps interested in learning it with me.
> >
> > I am studying second course of "Tecnico superior en administracion de
> >sistemas informaticos", sorry but I don't know the equivalent degree in
> >Europe. I would like to do a final proyect for this course with Erlang if
> I
> >be able to persuade the teacher, so any help to this matter will be
> greatly
> >appereciated.
> >
> > I would like to program some basic artificial intelligence problems
> using
> >Erlang and I am trying to do with Erlang the problems from Ivan Bratko
> book
> >"Prolog programming for articificial intelligence". I studied logic and a
> >little prolog in my philosopy studies. I have a bachelor degree in
> philosopy.
> >
> > Hey, I think only a bachelor degree in philosophy should be allowed to
> be PhD
> >"Doctor of Philosophy" :-)
> >
> > If anyone is willing to make a team with me please, let me know.
> >
> >
> >Thank you very much,
> >Jose
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
>
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