Re: [erlang-questions] [ANN] TryErlang.org — online tutorials and interactive console

Francesco Cesarini (Erlang Solutions) <>
Sun Jun 13 22:27:08 CEST 2010


It was supposed to be a quiet launch, and we got 2500+ unique visitors 
in the first 12 hours. Mostly experienced users, judging from the 
creative attempts to sink the system :-). No one has suceeded yet, the 
only short outage we had was load related, where the VM (Not the Erlang 
one) could not cope with the traffic.

Roberto likes a nice challenge. If you are able to get past his security 
measures and kill the site (Dos attacks do not count, as it is still not 
running on its dedicated machine), he has promised to cook you a 
delicious home made Sicilian dinner ;-)

/F

On 10/06/2010 08:29, Dmitrii Dimandt wrote:
> Oddly enough the authors haven't made an announcement here :)
>
> http://www.tryerlang.org/
>
> tryerlang.org is an hands-on, interactive tutorial that allows you to try the power of Erlang directly in your browser, without installing anything in your machine. The idea and the interface are heavily inspired by the tryruby.org and tryhaskell.orgprojects.
>
>
>
> Roberto Aloi, you rock!
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