Learn Erlang in 5 seconds - competition - win a prize
Thu Aug 24 10:01:49 CEST 2006
Sorry, I thought we were all trying for 5 seconds. With some hedging.
A fault-tolerant system must span at least two computers,
because a single computer can crash. More computers equals
higher stability, witness the internet. Erlang is a language
for building such systems
On 8/24/06, Joe Armstrong (TN/EAB) <joe.armstrong@REDACTED> wrote:
> Please state the time in your entries
> Was that in the 5 or ten second category - I guess five 'cos it took me
> 7 seconds to say
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: bryan rasmussen [mailto:rasmussen.bryan@REDACTED]
> > Sent: den 24 augusti 2006 09:53
> > To: Joe Armstrong (TN/EAB)
> > Cc: erlang-questions@REDACTED
> > Subject: Re: Learn Erlang in 5 seconds - competition - win a prize
> > A fault-tolerant system must work across at least two
> > computers, because a system on a single computer can crash.
> > The more computers the higher stability, as witness the
> > internet. Erlang is a language suited to building fault
> > tolerant systems.
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