Learn Erlang in 5 seconds - competition - win a prize

Michael Fogeborg <>
Thu Aug 24 20:18:09 CEST 2006


Can't help falling "outside the box" (seeing a picture, instead of words),
but - how about modified version of "Game Of Life" where:
- the first life-form is programmed using erlang(-principles)
- the second not...
Then watch all non-erlang life-forms die away while you (concurrently)
tell the audience what is going on.

On Thu, 24 Aug 2006 16:53:05 +0200, Logan, Martin  
<> wrote:

> I vote for this one.  But s/half/quarter/.
>
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> To: Joe Armstrong (TN/EAB); 
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> Armstrong Corrolary on Greenspun's 10th Rule of
> Programming: All sufficiently complicated distributed
> systems contain ad hoc, informally-specified,
> bug-ridden, slow implementation of half of Erlang -and
> if they don't they are probably severely misdesigned.
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