[erlang-questions] Tips on learning Erlang

zambal zambal@REDACTED
Thu Aug 14 09:19:43 CEST 2008

Of course it totally depends on your field of interest, but I learned
a lot about Erlang by experimenting with Mnesia. Mnesia is quite a
complex module in Erlang, but using it makes you use most of Erlang's
(sequential) language features.


On Aug 14, 8:23 am, Ulises <ulises.cerv...@REDACTED> wrote:
> Morning all,
> I've recently re-discovered Erlang (re-discovered it as I heard about
> it in '99 and gave it a go very briefly) and I was wondering if more
> experienced people had learning tips such as exercises, sort-of-hidden
> documentation, etc.
> I've recently read an email where this chap had implemented, as part
> of his own learning experience, the smokers problem. So I did too.
> That was a nice exercise.
> Any other tips then?
> Best,
> Ulises
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