[erlang-questions] Any video tutorials for Erlang ?
Fri Oct 8 16:08:13 CEST 2010
Thanks for the excellent pointer.
Just checked out the introductory video -- very promising, the best
part being, the coverage of interaction with Python client -- exactly
what I needed. Price seems just right, and video/voice quality was
good. Wish there was a teaser of the actual tutorial, something like
the first 10-15 seconds of 2-3 chapters. Anyhow, will certainly check
out few tutorials.
On Fri, Oct 8, 2010 at 7:05 PM, Doug Fort <doug.fort@REDACTED> wrote:
> The Pragmatic guys have have some screencasts that I found worthwhile:
> You have to pay for them, but IMO they are worth the money.
> On Fri, Oct 8, 2010 at 9:27 AM, Icarus Alive <icarus.alive@REDACTED> wrote:
>> Am learning Erlang, and have extremely limited exposure to "Functional
>> Programming", but some good-bit (15yrs) to Procedural and
>> Object-Oriented programming. An ebook, called "Thinking in Erlang" has
>> really been very helpful in my initial gentle rampup, and I think so
>> far, am able to cope. That, alongwith the Erlang references, has been
>> pretty decent. However, to hasten things up a bit, was wondering if
>> anyone is aware of some good source of video tutorials for Erlang.
>> These days, the youtube videos from the channels like google-io, on
>> langs s.a. Python, RoR etc. are a-plenty, but inspite of significant
>> buzz around Erlang, didn't find much around Erlang. So there
>> some-place, I missed ? Just curious.
>> BTW, if this is not the right place to ask this question, would
>> appreciate pointer to the right forum.
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