[erlang-questions] Madrid Erlounge 6th of November

Clara Benac Earle <>
Mon Nov 4 11:29:54 CET 2013


Dear all,

It is with great pleasure that we announce the next Madrid Erlounge on 
the 6th of November. Details follow both in Spanish and English.

See you there!
Clara

P.S. If you are interested in this event, please subscribe to the 
madrid-erlang-users mailing list.

*Cuándo:* Miércoles 6 de Noviembre 19:30
*Dónde:* Sala de Grados, Facultad de Informática, Universidad 
Complutense de Madrid
*Quién:* Miriam Pena

Miriam Pena es una ingeniera de software especializada en el desarrollo 
de sistemas altamente concurrentes en Erlang. Es empleada de 
Nomasystems, una empresa gallega que utiliza este lenguaje para 
desarrollar el backend de sus aplicaciones móviles y ofrecer 
consultoría. Miriam ha participado en proyectos para empresas 
multinacionales, entre las que se encuentran Erlang Solutions y Ericsson.

*Qué: *

En la Erlounge compartirá con nosotros detalles de los distintos e 
inusuales proyectos en los que ha participado, prestando especial 
atención a Tuenti. El servidor de chat de esta red social está basado en 
ejabberd, una solución muy popular para jabber/XMPP. Miriam nos 
explicará cómo lo han hecho evolucionar y cómo han ido resolviendo sus 
problemas de escalabilidad.

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*When:* Wednesday 6th of November at 19:30
*Where: *Sala de Grados, Facultad de Informática, Universidad 
Complutense de Madrid
*Who:* Miriam Pena

Miriam Pena is a software engineer who specialises in the development of 
highly-concurrent systems written in Erlang. She works for Nomasystems, 
a company that uses this language to develop the backend for its mobile 
apps and to offer consultancy. Miriam has has been involved in projects 
for multinational companies featuring Erlang Solutions and Ericsson.

*What:*

At the Erlounge she will share with us details from various and unusual 
projects she has worked on, paying special attention to Tuenti. This 
social network's chat server is based on ejabberd, a very popular 
jabber/XMPP solution. Miriam will walk us through how they have evolved 
ejabberd and solved scalability issues over the last couple of years.





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