[erlang-questions] Practical Erlang Programming

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Fri Feb 22 00:15:08 CET 2008


You could of course take the Erlang/OTP training course :)

t

On Thu, Feb 21, 2008 at 6:07 PM, Brian Cully <> wrote:
> On 21-Feb-2008, at 16:50, Francesco Cesarini wrote:
>  > In these lines, we are very interested in hearing what others
>  > feel we should include in such a book.
>  >
>  > We have lots of ideas on OTP, but that in itself is a completely
>  > different beast we hope to tackle as soon as this book is out. So hope
>  > you have a bit of patience and bear with us....
>
>         Unfortunately, what I would really like is something akin to an OTP
>  Illustrated. OTP is by far the hardest thing I have to wrap my head
>  around. Proper use of supervisor tree, best practices on function
>  placement, common idioms, etc.,.
>
>         A lot of the other stuff you can pick up pretty quickly from the man
>  pages an existing sources, but for some reason I have a hard time
>  getting very far into OTP.
>
>         My biggest problems all tend to revolve around optimal use of those
>  libraries and understanding the culture they promulgated.
>
>  -bjc
>
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