[erlang-questions] startups using Erlang

Nick Gerakines <>
Thu Feb 12 21:15:49 CET 2009


It's not a start-up in the sense that Rupture is a component of EA
Online which is a major subgroup of EA as a whole. EA employs
thousands of people. I think it's safe to say that EA is not a
start-up. I suppose it's all relative, but to me as an employee of EA
on the Rupture team, I don't think we are a start-up.

# Nick Gerakines

Caveat: These thoughts are my own and they may vary from those of my
co-workers and are not the "official" words from EA.

On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 12:02 PM, Tuncer Ayaz <> wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 8:57 PM, Nick Gerakines <> wrote:
>> Rupture (my team) isn't a start-up, it's owned by EA. -- nkg
>
> How do you define a start-up? Curious.
>
>> On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 11:39 AM, Kevin A. Smith
>> <> wrote:
>>> Rupture (http://www.rupture.com)
>>> Basho (http://www.basho.com)
>>>
>>> --Kevin
>>> On Feb 12, 2009, at 1:37 PM, Hasan Veldstra wrote:
>>>
>>>>
>>>> i'm putting together a small promotional website for Erlang (think
>>>> whygitisbetterthanx.com) and i'm compiling a list of startups that
>>>> are using Erlang.
>>>>
>>>> so far i've got: Hypernumbers, MochiMedia, Github, Powerset, Engine
>>>> Yard, Heysan, N54, and Streamfile.
>>>>
>>>> anyone know of or working for any other such startups?
>>>>
>>>> /Hasan
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