Mon Dec 14 02:20:02 CET 2009
On Dec 14, 2009, at 1:09 AM, mike h wrote:
> I have a lot of experience in OO languages and quite a bit in some
> of the imperative/functional hybrids like Ruby etc. My main interest
> in Erlang is in it's concurrent and distributed capabilities, so,
> which of the two main Erlang books would folk reccommend? (I think
> I'm right in saying there are currently just two main books, one by
> Oreilly and one by Erlang's designer)
All the Erlang books are good ones.
> Next question is a bit more open ended. I have a particular interest
> in tuple spaces (JavaSpaces, Linda, Rinda etc) and their
> implementation and application.. And I want to use Erlang to
> implement a tuple space server and client.
Ask yourself the question:
"in what ways (that I care about) is a tuple space different
from a Dets or Mnesia table?"
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