[erlang-questions] Where is 13th International Erlang/OTP UserConference going to be?
Sun Oct 7 23:42:32 CEST 2007
This year's EUC will take place in the same location as last year.
Directions to the conference can be found in
We published some hints last year too which we might update
Hotel Älvsjö offers a rebate for EUC visitors during 7-9 November. Don't
forget to mention "Erlang".
Last year we organised some seminars on the day after the EUC. We might do
that again if somebody offers to present some subject or lead a discussion.
To register for the EUC just send a mail stating name and affiliation to
The last few years we have organised a little tour around Stockholm on the
day before the EUC for foreign visitors ending up in some suitable pub.
EUC chairman joint with Kenneth Lundin
----- Original Message -----
From: "G Bulmer" <>
To: "Ulf Wiger" <>
Cc: "Erlang-Questions (E-mail)" <>
Sent: Sunday, October 07, 2007 9:15 PM
Subject: Re: [erlang-questions] Where is 13th International Erlang/OTP
UserConference going to be?
I have only been to Stockholm once before, for a morning meeting,
after which I flew home, so I am thinking of staying on for a coupe
Is this a pleasant part of the city to stay, or would you (or anyone)
recommend some other part of the city?
On 7 Oct 2007, at 20:40, Ulf Wiger wrote:
> It will be in the same place as last year:
> (Approximately - you should go to the main entrance).
> As to whether it will be one or two days, I have no clue.
> Ulf W
> 2007/10/7, G Bulmer <>:
>> After last weeks excellent Erlang workshop, I am thinking about going
>> to the 13th International Erlang/OTP User Conference.
>> Unfortunately, I don't know where it is (more precisely than
>> Is it in a hotel or a conference centre?
>> Is there a hotel offering a good deal on accommodation? I notice that
>> Hotell Älvsjö was offering a discount last year.
>> I realise this is very likely too late for this year, but I will
>> suggest it anyway.
>> It takes several days out of my schedule to go to a conference, and
>> it's much easier to justify to myself when there are a couple of days
>> of content. I would be very interested in a full day of training-
>> orientated sessions towards "Erlang for those who have largely read
>> and understood Joe's book". The things I feel I miss are the
>> idiomatic uses of Erlang (like John Hughes' tiny [X || X>0]), and I'd
>> love a 1/2+ day chunk of "Programming Distributed Erlang
>> Applications: Pitfalls & Recipes" with hands on exercises. I suspect
>> other newbies would too.
>> I wouldn't expect it for free, though I am price sensitive (this is
>> my holiday, after all :-), maybe 116 €/person, with a group of 20
>> people? We bring our laptops with Erlang installed and ready to go,
>> and the organiser provides a wireless network to distribute example
>> code, slides and stuff. The whole thing could be the day after the
>> user conference.
>> If Erlang takes off big, it will be almost essential for next year.
>> So the opportunity is to beta-test the whole process on us this
>> year :-)
>> I notice that last year, the conference was 2 days long. Does anyone
>> know why it's only one day, the 8th, this year, or is there more
>> announcements to come?
>> G Bulmer
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