[erlang-questions] Erlang and the learning curve
Tue Jan 4 09:20:03 CET 2011
When I read your first sentence I thought that I must suggest "Learn You Some Erlang", but the I saw that you did that as well. But then LYSE is neither a tutorial nor a guide but a book, and definitely worth reading and an alternative to buying a book. And it keeps growing all the time as Fred adds more chapters.
----- "Rapsey" <> wrote:
> You should really read one of the books about Erlang, not rely on
> tutorials and guides. You will learn much faster. I had a pretty good
> on how to write erlang programs within the first week of starting to
> Programming Erlang.
> Are you familiar with http://learnyousomeerlang.com/ ?
> On Tue, Jan 4, 2011 at 2:52 AM, JETkoten <> wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I've been reading/watching everything I can find (off and online)
> > learning Erlang for the past two or three weeks, but am just not
> getting it,
> > in terms of being able to do anything with Erlang in the real
> > I've watched some videos about functional programming where the
> hosts joked
> > about people looking into functional programming deciding it's too
> hard and
> > then never touching it again... but seriously, how do people bridge
> the gap
> > between understanding the basics and implementing real world
> projects with
> > Erlang? I know the three major books are available, but none of them
> > really using Erlang for what I'd like to do...
> > How have any of you who have come to know big-picture how great
> Erlang is
> > been able to get enough knowledge of it to actually do what you'd
> like to
> > do?
> > Any and all replies are most welcome.
> > Thanks,
> > Jack
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