[erlang-questions] Erlang Factory London (June 9th&10th) - Early Bird Deadline Today

Francesco Cesarini <>
Tue May 24 21:30:42 CEST 2011


Hi All,

a note to remind you that tonight is the early bird deadline for the 
Erlang Factory in London June 9th and 10th. With over 50 speakers, 40 
talks, 6 tracks and 5 courses, this is going to be the largest Erlang 
feast in Europe, equal only to the conference we ran in the US this March:

http://www.erlang-factory.com/conference/London2011/programme/34

We have speakers from companies such as Basho, Ericsson, AOL, Yahoo!, 
WMware, Heroku and Erlang Solutions. Speakers include Erlang 
co-inventors Mike Williams and Robert Virding, Matthew Sackman, who 
worked on the first RabbitMQ prototype, Tony Falco and Scott Lystig 
Fritche on Riak, Kresten Krab of Erjang fame, Ulf Wiger and Adam 
Lindberg from ESL, Bob Ippolito, creator of Mochi Web, and Steve 
Vinoski, yaws and distributed systems guru. I could go on, as everyone  
deserves a mention, but you are better off having a look at the speaker 
list yourselves. Themes this year are Erlang in databases, embedded, 
Erlang in gaming, and test driven development. Lots of it! And for the 
first time, we are introducing a Business Track which looks at the 
advantages of Erlang from a social and economical point of view (read 
non-technical). All (well, almost. We are chasing the last abstracts) of 
the talks are listed here:

http://www.erlang-factory.com/conference/London2011/talks

At 12am Samoa Local Time, the early bird rate giving you a savings of 
100 GBP on the full price will finish. As of today, we have more 
registered delegates than last year. There are also a few places at the 
University, with 4 3-day training courses prior to the conference, but 
not many. So if you are considering attending, register asap:

https://www.erlang-factory.com/conference/London2011/register

Rumors have it Joe will be there (reuniting the three original 
inventors), and that Mike will be wearing a tie.

Be there to find out!

Francesco

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