Hi All,<br>We are a recent startup from the Bay Area that launched a service that tries to bridge PowerPoint and Web 2.0, <br>making it easy to collaborate, distribute, and utilize PowerPoint in a group context. We recently started blogging,
<br>and some of our blog posts are going to be on why we chose Erlang in a startup context. <br>We would love any thoughts/comments/feedback from Erlang users..<br><br>Our first blog post on this is entitled: From Python to Ruby on Rails to Erlang..
<br><br><a href="http://slideaware.typepad.com/slideaware/2007/04/from_python_to_.html">http://slideaware.typepad.com/slideaware/2007/04/from_python_to_.html</a><br><br><br>In the next few weeks we plan to write up more articles, as well as release some erlang code that
<br>could (hopefully!) be useful to others.<br><br>I apologize if this is considered off-topic/advertising. Our intent here is to help others realize that <br>Erlang is a source of competitive advantage to startups, especially in the web
2.0 context <br>(concurrency for us is more important than latency).<br><br>Regards,<br>Vijay<br><br>