[erlang-questions] Lets build a stock exchange!

David Mitchell monch1962@REDACTED
Tue Nov 13 01:16:19 CET 2007

Count me very interested.

There's better coders than me around, but I work for a broker now, was
on the trading floor in Australia in October 1987 and thus experienced
first hand what happens when trading systems fail, and have traded my
own futures account since 1999 and thus have a significant interest on
several levels.

Bring it on

Dave M

On 11/13/07, Joel Reymont <joelr1@REDACTED> wrote:
> I would venture a guess that anyone interested enough in implementing
> XMPP can just go and read the ejabberd source code or the spec. Any
> book about the same is automatically destined to gather dust on the
> shelves.
> When I buy a book I want to read about something exciting, something
> that challenges my skills and imagination. I may not get to build a
> pyramid or a stock exchange but neither do I want to read about
> affordable housing!
> 	Joel
> On Nov 12, 2007, at 7:00 PM, Patrick Logan wrote:
> >> * Building a large system with Erlang.
> > * Providing newer information about XMPP, e.g. Pub/Sub.
> > * Demonstrating the use of XMPP in an integration rather than IM
> > scenario.
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