[erlang-questions] Joe Armstrong's proposal for a test/benchmark implementation
Sat Jun 18 10:56:27 CEST 2011
On Jun 17, 2011, at 7:41 PM, Tim Williams wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 8:05 AM, Dmitrii Dimandt <dmitrii@REDACTED> wrote:
>> Now that a week passed since Erlang Factory, I suddenly remembered one thing we talked during the Birds of a Feather discussion.
>> I think it was originally Joe Armstrong's idea, but I could be wrong.
>> The idea was to build a more-or-less simple site that would force the user to login, do something on the site and then logout. We could build this in various languages (and I assume frameworks) and see how Erlang performs in comparison to other languages. This would not be a purely synthetic test like those on Debian Shootout, but a more or less real-world scenario.
>> I remember myself saying that we could take the dscussion to the list and and arrive at a basic idea how to do this.
>> So here it is — the idea. Is anyone still interested?
> It seems it's not the "real" goal in what you suggest, but a nice side
> effect is that it would be incredibly helpful for introducing Erlang
> for those coming from other web stuff. A simple bootstrapped web app
> that a new person could poke around and learn how things work would be
> incredibly useful IMHO. Analogous to "fallback" for a heavy Java
> stack... anyway, just suggesting it could be a nice side effect...
>  - https://github.com/lookfirst/fallback
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