[erlang-questions] Re: Teaching Erlang as part of a paper -- advice sought

jm <>
Wed Feb 10 05:10:18 CET 2010


Try

http://www.booko.com.au/books/isbn/9780135083017 (prices in AUD).

or

http://www.abebooks.com/servlet/BookDetailsPL?bi=1112606232&searchurl=an%3Darmstrong%26isbn%3D9780135083017%26sts%3Dt%26tn%3DConcurrent%2BProgramming%2Bin%2BErlang%26x%3D46%26y%3D8

If anyone else know of another or better source please post.

Jeff.


On 10/02/10 2:48 PM, Steve Davis wrote:
> I'd recommend this book too, even though I can only get the first part
> of it (free from the Erlang.org website).
>
> The only copies of the full book appear to be over $200. I'd really
> like to get a hold of part 2 of this book at a cost I can afford.
> Anybody have any ideas where I might go to get it?
>
> /s
>
> On Feb 7, 11:07 pm, Fred Hebert<>  wrote:
>    
>> I have found many of the lessons from the 1996 book (Concurrent Programmin
>> in ERLANG, by Armstrong, Virding, Wikström and Williams) to be pretty good
>> to teach the fundamentals of some concurrent and distributed computing. If I
>> recall correctly, the concurrent part showed how to use the basic Erlang
>> stuff (mailboxes, spawning processes, etc.).  It showed inter-process
>> communication through FSMs, the client-server model, etc.
>>      
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