who teaches erlang?
Ulf Wiger (AL/EAB)
Fri Feb 3 09:28:41 CET 2006
Let me qualify the question further:
It doesn't have to be a specific Erlang course.
As far as I'm concerned, if students are introduced
to Erlang in some parallell systems or distributed
programming course, that qualifies.
That's how I was introduced to Erlang, btw:
Bjarne Däcker and Robert Virding taught a
course at the Royal Institute of Technology
in Stockholm -- "Computers in Telecom Systems",
and some lectures and a lab(*) introduced Erlang.
I'm also interested in what universities have
post-graduate work involving Erlang.
So far, I've been told about the obvious ones:
- Uppsala University
- Chalmers and the Göteborg IT University
I *know* the list is longer than that. ;)
The first one to give me a name that wasn't
already on my list wins a free beer at the next
(*) Not just _some_ lab -- it was the famous POTS
lab. Quite a treat!
> -----Original Message-----
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> Wiger (AL/EAB)
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> Subject: who teaches erlang?
> Raise your hand, anyone who knows of a
> university that teaches Erlang.
> I'm trying to compile a list for internal use.
> You are welcome to backmail me.
> I much prefer duplicates to no responses at all.
> I'll report the results to the list.
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