Help with learning Erlang

Enrique Marcote enrique.marcote@REDACTED
Sat Oct 1 13:28:58 CEST 2005

Erlang is becoming quite popular here at the University of A Coruña thanks
to the group Thomas mentions.

Please Jose, feel free to contact me outside the list if you want. I'll be
glad to talk to you.

Best regards,


On 9/28/05, Thomas Arts <thomas.arts@REDACTED> wrote:
> Hi Jose
> There is a pretty strong group at the University of A Coruna that is
> very well capable of
> teaching Erlang. Why not take a course there?
> Look for LFCIA.
> There are even people there that used Erlang for AI!
> /Thomas
> Jose Balado wrote:
> > Hi, I am Jose Balado from Santiago de Compostela, (Galicia, Spain), and
> would
> >like to know if there is somebody, preferably near to meet in person, to
> help
> >me with learning Erlang or perhaps interested in learning it with me.
> >
> > I am studying second course of "Tecnico superior en administracion de
> >sistemas informaticos", sorry but I don't know the equivalent degree in
> >Europe. I would like to do a final proyect for this course with Erlang if
> I
> >be able to persuade the teacher, so any help to this matter will be
> greatly
> >appereciated.
> >
> > I would like to program some basic artificial intelligence problems
> using
> >Erlang and I am trying to do with Erlang the problems from Ivan Bratko
> book
> >"Prolog programming for articificial intelligence". I studied logic and a
> >little prolog in my philosopy studies. I have a bachelor degree in
> philosopy.
> >
> > Hey, I think only a bachelor degree in philosophy should be allowed to
> be PhD
> >"Doctor of Philosophy" :-)
> >
> > If anyone is willing to make a team with me please, let me know.
> >
> >
> >Thank you very much,
> >Jose
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
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