[Chicago] Erlang resources
allanlesage at gmail.com
Fri Mar 12 18:45:47 CET 2010
Also topical to last night's talks this authentic FORTH book cover made a
splash on Reddit a while ago. . . .
On Fri, Mar 12, 2010 at 11:32 AM, Brian Herman <brianherman at gmail.com>wrote:
> Why is there google groups page that awful yellow?
> On Fri, Mar 12, 2010 at 11:10 AM, Garrett Smith <g at rre.tt> wrote:
>> Great talks last night! Really impressive how so much quality content
>> came together so quickly!
>> For those interested in learning more about Erlang, a couple of good
>> This is a local group that meets roughly once a month. There's always
>> beer and interesting topics. There's a good mix of seasoned Erlang
>> developers and folks just looking to learn more. Good stuff.
>> Obviously the language site. The two books listed on the front page
>> are pretty much the standard two that people read to get up to speed.
>> I highly recommend both, but if you're limited to one, I personally
>> turn to the OReilly book more often. The online docs are good for
>> reference material, but not so good as starting points for learning.
>> For those starting, I'd recommend this course (though naturally
>> everyone learns differently, just my take):
>> 1. Get one or two books, read through and play around with coding samples,
>> 2. Define a problem that you find interesting and that you think
>> Erlang might work well for (chat server, game, simple web app, etc.)
>> 3. Use either the Chicago mailing list or the mail Erlang questions
>> list for help and definitely come to a CEUG meeting and ask questions
>> to help move your project along
>> Happy learning!
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>> Chicago at python.org
> Thank You,
> Brian Herman
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