[erlang-questions] [ANN] Stuff Goes Bad: Erlang in Anger
Wed Sep 17 17:45:08 CEST 2014
After a lot of time on the backburner, the Heroku routing team and I are
excited to announce 'Stuff Goes Bad: Erlang in Anger'
>From the introduction:
This book intends to be a little guide about how to be the Erlang
medic in a time of war. It is first and foremost a collection of
tips and tricks to help understand where failures come from, and a
dictionary of different code snippets and practices that helped
developers debug production systems that were built in Erlang.
This is our attempt at bridging the gap between most tutorials, books,
training sessions, and actually being able to operate, diagnose, and
debug running systems once they've made it to production.
It's entirely free (as in beer), available as a PDF, and using a CC
license (almost free as in freedom).
We hope this will prove useful to the community! If you have feedback or
whatever, you can send it directly to me, or meet some of our team
members at the http://www.chicagoerlang.com/ conference early next week!
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