[erlang-questions] Forget Erlang on the Java VM. More language on the Erlang VM are needed!

Toby Thain <>
Thu Nov 29 17:22:12 CET 2007


On 29-Nov-07, at 5:46 AM, jm wrote:

> Joel Reymont wrote:
>>
>> On Nov 28, 2007, at 11:17 PM, jm wrote:
>>
>>> You seem to be talking about employing the same strategy that  
>>> Komatsu
>>> does against its competitor Caterpillar.
>>
>> You are really giving me too much credit.
>>
>> "Blue Ocean Strategy" is an interesting book, though ;-).
>>
>
> Actually remembered it from a lecture in Strategic Management would  
> have
> been much cheaper to have read it in a book though. "Blue Ocean
> Statregy" sits on my bookshelf half read due to a lack of time. Is  
> there
> any reason why a programming language doesn't lend itself to having a
> strategy? Erlang seems to have been born with one due to its heritage!

I think Joe nailed "Erlang's strategy" in his post... Sharpen your  
axe until the right moment then chop like hell.

--Toby


>
> Jeff.
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