[erlang-questions] erlang in China

ke han <>
Mon Sep 25 16:25:14 CEST 2006


nice stats!!!
I'm trying to spread the good word in China...apps that serve China  
really need concurrency....everything here is about high volume, low  
margins.
I always point newcomers to the best docs to start with so as to  
hopefully minimize the newbie impact on this maililist.
only time will tell ;-)
ke han

On Sep 25, 2006, at 9:49 PM, Yariv Sadan wrote:

> Hi,
>
> According to the latest Google Analytics report for the last 500
> visits to my blog, China is ranked 3rd in number of visitors after the
> US and UK.
>
> Here's the latest top ten:
>
> US    591 visits
> UK    109
> China    92
> France   81
> Russia   66
> Germany   60
> Canada   57
> Sweden   57
> Denmark  55
> Brazil   41
>
> Regards,
> Yariv
>
> On 9/25/06, ke han <> wrote:
>> FYI, we are seeing some growth for erlang in China.
>> See the new google group.   http://groups.google.com/group/erlang-
>> china/browse_frm/thread/808ea8ce103221c6/e1213ef61015a580%
>> 23e1213ef61015a580
>> I don't know who started this group, so there is more uptake than I
>> have my hands around.
>>
>> I know of one Beijing company, two Shanghai companies and one
>> Hangzhou company doing erlang work (real internal R&D not outsourced
>> IT),
>>
>> This past Sunday, I gave a talk at barCamp Shanghai
>> barcampshanghai.org.  My topic was comparing software architecture
>> tradeoffs.  We talked about java and ruby based webapps in comparison
>> to erlang.   There were about 40 persons at the presentation.
>>
>> regards,
>> ke han
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