[erlang-questions] Re: reverse engineering beam files / obfuscation ?

Michael Turner <>
Tue Feb 16 12:18:15 CET 2010


On 2/16/2010, "Thomas Lindgren" <> wrote:
>In some fields, the pond isn't that large. In my experience,
>papers are usually reviewed by one's competitors.

By the same token, in some specialties it's often by one's close
buddies.  A friend of mine used to talk about "getting published in
beer-reviewed journals."  He got tenure at Columbia in part by not
doing it too much.  (He didn't like beer, as I remember.  A
professional handicap that he's managed to overcome somehow.)

-michael turner

On 2/16/2010, "Thomas Lindgren" <> wrote:

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>> In addition, review of a paper is normally done by an independent
>> reviewer, who must handle the paper confidentially. How did you get a
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>In some fields, the pond isn't that large. In my experience, papers are usually reviewed by one's competitors. What other real experts in the topic are there?
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>Best,
>Thomas
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