who teaches erlang?

ke.han <>
Sat Feb 4 11:10:22 CET 2006

I agree. calling c, Java, etc.. "classical" is bit of a misnomer as 
Forth, Scheme and Smalltalk are indeed classics.  A better term is 
"mainstream".  So "non-mainstream languages" would be a more fitting name.
ke han

Peter Lund wrote:
> Samuel Tardieu wrote:
>> Starting next year, I will lead a new course called "non-classical
>> languages" so that our undergraduate students can see many different
>> programming languages, concepts and styles. In this 60 hours class, I
>> will teach Smalltalk, Haskell, Scheme, Forth and... Erlang of course!
> "Non-classical" has a somewhat negative sound over it. Erlang I would 
> like to put into the group of "Modern languages" or "Really useful 
> languages" instead!!  :)
> /Peter

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