[erlang-questions] Advanced Erlang Initiative

Tony Rogvall tony@REDACTED
Tue Jun 30 21:05:10 CEST 2015

That’s the spirit! Congrats to a really good initiative!


> On 30 jun 2015, at 18:22, Mickaël Rémond <mremond@REDACTED> wrote:
> Hello,
> We are proud to be launching the Advanced Erlang Initiative, a new group of companies that use Erlang as a strategic technology to craft great products. Erlang ecosystems rely on those publishers that are producing person/years worth of code to build excellent products.
> The Advanced Erlang Initiative recognises that those products in turn contribute to the fame of the Erlang platform. They help pushing the limits and contribute to the fame of our beloved programming language. Most of all, the Advanced Erlang Initiative acknowledges peoples energy and effort put in those great products to the good of every Erlang developer. We have created a forum for developers working with and contributing to those tools to meet and discuss their work.
> The Advanced Erlang Initiative welcomes all developers that share our passion for Erlang, Elixir, the beam environment and our vision of technical excellence.
> Our initiative is primarily centered around inexpensive highly technical workshops given around the world and educational videos on our Erlang products.
> The first two members are:
> ProcessOne, maker of the world class messaging server ejabberd, since 2002.
> Quviq, maker of the Quickcheck property-based testing tool, innovation in quality assurance.
> We are happy to meet you on the newly launched website: http://advanced-erlang.com <http://advanced-erlang.com/>
> We are already taking registration for the first two workshops directly from the site:
> Quickcheck workshop: 2015, October 6th in Gothenburg, Sweden
> ejabberd workshop: 2015, november 17th - Paris, France
> Enjoy and see you there after the summer break !
> --
> Thomas Arts, Quviq
> Mickaël Rémond, ProcessOne
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