[erlang-questions] good frfee book for a beginner

Erik Søe Sørensen <>
Tue Apr 15 13:18:11 CEST 2014


As source of additional exercises is Erlang Quest (
https://github.com/eriksoe/ErlangQuest).
They're self-checking and vary in difficulty from easy to fairly
challenging. Mostly sequential stuff, though.

</shameless self plug>
Den 15/04/2014 09.52 skrev "Ivan Uemlianin" <>:

> Dear Roelof
>
> For a solid foundation, the O'Reilly "Erlang Programming" by Cesarini &
> Thompson is the best.  It is the only book with exercises.  It is not free
> but it is worth the money.
>
> Joe Armstrong's "Programming Erlang" is also very good.  Armstrong's style
> gives more of an impression of how fun and easy erlang can be.
>
> The other books mentioned are also good.
>
> Best wishes
>
> Ivan
>
>
> On 14/04/2014 20:32, Roelof Wobben wrote:
>
>> Hello,
>>
>> What is the best first step to become a good erlang programmer.
>> Is there a good free book with a lot of exercises or challenges which I
>> can try.
>>
>> Roelof
>>
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