[erlang-questions] the Israeli programming language Erlang

Ulf Wiger <>
Tue Feb 7 07:22:57 CET 2012


I was also a bit surprised to learn that Klarna was a Swedish-Israeli company, but if Klarna acquired an Israeli company in 2011, I guess they assimilated some of the Israeli gene pool then. :)

I guess Ford is an American-Swedish company then, since they acquired Volvo in 1999? That would be a consolation, since we're starting to run out of Swedish car manufacturers...

BR,
Ulf W

On 7 Feb 2012, at 01:38, Steve Davis wrote:

> In:
> 
> http://us.shalomlife.com/business/16634/swedish-israeli-payment-solution-company-takes-the-fear-out-of-online-shopping/
> 
> There's this:
> 
> "The company’s payment solutions,which are built using the Israeli
> programming language Erlang"
> 
> ...wow, that's certainly news to me...
> 
> /s
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