Where to get Concurrent Programming in Erlang (2nd Edition)

Ryan Rawson <>
Mon Feb 27 05:02:16 CET 2006


Is it worth it to get the book?  With the advent of OTP, I have heard
from a few sources that the book does not cover OTP which is the most
confusing part of Erlang (since the language is straightforward to
learn).

I ask in seriousness, because with my current project I am seeking to
introduce Erlang as a development platform at my work.  In fact you
were visiting us recently, perhaps you remember me, Powerbook in the
front row of Friday's lecture?

-ryan


On 2/26/06, Francesco Cesarini (Erlang Training & Consulting)
<> wrote:
> We order the book in bulk from the publisher and get them delivered the
> following day. We've never had any problems.
>
> Last time I spoke to them, they still had a few hundred in stock. Your
> best bet is ordering it from them at
> http://www.pearsoned.co.uk/Bookshop/ or through amazon.co.uk
>
> When the above fails, let us know so we can send you one.
>
> Regards,
> Francesco
> --
> http://www.erlang-consulting.com
>
>
>
> Jeff Crane wrote:
> > It took me a month to save enough to drop 94$ on a
> > retail book on erlang, now all the english copies are
> > gone and some squatter is selling the last copy on
> > Amazon used for 165$!!! Is anyone abroad able to
> > locate and sell me an english copy of this book or
> > know where I can order one?
> >
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