[erlang-questions] [ANN] Stuff Goes Bad: Erlang in Anger

Garry Hodgson garry@REDACTED
Wed Sep 17 18:21:57 CEST 2014

looks great at first glance. thanks very much for sharing.

On 9/17/14 11:45 AM, Fred Hebert wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> 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!
> Blog post at:
> http://engineering.heroku.com/blogs/2014-09-17-erlang-in-anger
> Download at:
> http://www.erlang-in-anger.com/
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