[erlang-questions] Erlang jobs
Yves S. Garret
Fri Mar 30 01:20:26 CEST 2012
Hmm, good answer indeed :-) . But to be honest -- and I will go off the
rails for a sec -- I love the Erlang language. The syntax is quirky, but
of all the programming languages that I've tried and messed with, this is
the only one that has grabbed my attention and that is Erlang. I just have
fun making and breaking Erlang apps. The last time I've had this much fun
was when I discovered VB .NET (hold the flaming, the process of writing the
code was actually very pleasant). I don't have much time to do Erlang
coding at the moment (although I am beginning to make more time for it), I
just wake up and run to my PC when I know I'll be doing Erlang coding.
Call me a fan boy, but it's fun hacking away code in Erlang :-) .
On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 4:56 PM, Max Bourinov <> wrote:
> Good that Erlang is right for my needs. It is pleasure to work with Erlang!
> Sent from my iPhone
> On 29.03.2012, at 20:32, AD <> wrote:
> love that answer.
> On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 10:27 AM, David Goehrig <>wrote:
>> You don't get a job programming Erlang. You get a job solving problems
>> and just happen to implement the solutions in Erlang. :)
>> That said I'm taking resumes.
>> -=-=- -=-=-
>> On Mar 28, 2012, at 2:52 PM, "Yves S. Garret" <>
>> > Hi all, I'm just curious if there are any Erlang employment
>> opportunities out there. I have a job at the moment, but I'm not
>> optimistic as to how much I can grow here. I do PHP web-development and
>> would like to do more non-web-development, but wouldn't balk at working
>> with Yaws and Erlang (it would be fun in its own way).
>> > What are your thoughts and inputs?
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