[erlang-questions] Where is 13th International Erlang/OTP User Conference going to be?
Thu Oct 11 13:09:40 CEST 2007
I agree, the Erlang workshop was the best one so far. 100 participants
at the Commercial Users of Functional Programming (Growing at this rate,
the workshop will become larger than ICFP ;-) ) and 60 at the Erlang
workshop are real records clearly showing the positive trends in the
industrial use of FP.
One of the things we have done for the past three EUCs is provide Erlang
and OTP courses in conjunction with the Conference. The week before the
conference, we give a 5 day Erlang by Example, and on the week of teh
conference, a 4 day OTP course, with a one day break on the Thursday for
the conference itself. More information on the courses is available at
See you at EUC!
G Bulmer wrote:
> 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 Stockholm).
> 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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