[erlang-questions] languages in use? [was: Time for OTP to be Renamed?]
Mon Feb 17 00:11:10 CET 2014
Why, Miles, the solutions are similar -- we just launch another one.
On Sunday, February 16, 2014 10:11 PM, Miles Fidelman <> wrote:
Jesper Louis Andersen wrote:
>> On Sun, Feb 16, 2014 at 3:46 PM, Miles Fidelman
>> < <mailto:>> wrote:
>> Nice piece.
>> What's frightening about it is how closely those requirements
>> also scream "Ada" - which seems to have become the language of
>> choice for aviation software - both hard real-time fly-by-wire
>> software and massively distributed systems for air traffic
>> control. (Dare I say it, another language that "flys under the
>> radar." :-)
>> Talk about divergent solutions to similar requirements.
>> I'll claim that they cover different areas. The key difference is hard
>> vs soft real time. Where Ada can work with the former, Erlang relaxes
>> the requirement to soft realtime and gains a lot of benefits by doing so.
>Good point. "Let it crash" does take on a whole different meaning when
>dealing with aircraft and such.
>In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice.
>In practice, there is. .... Yogi Berra
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