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podcast – Mostly Erlang

By Zachary Kessin

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Description

A regualar panel talk about Erlang and related topics

Customer Reviews

Great start!

I'm liking this so far. Great group of guys, great topics - I hope they keep it up.

Good stuff!

Bear with the audio quality. The oddities are worth it for the lively, informative discussion. Mostly Erlang is consistently interesting. Joebob sez check it out.

My favorite podcast

This is my all time favorite podcast! Really stick it out if you’re new to Erlang (like me) or if you’re not used to listening to computer folks talk. If you’re getting into it, episode 4 (Joe Armstrong) and the one with Bruce Tate (31?) are great places to start. Also the one on teaching Erlang is very interesting— not as much because of the Erlang but the culture of Israel and start ups was new to me. The best episodes, in my opinion, are ones that include Brian Hunter or Fred T.H., both of whom are pretty funny. If you’re in the mood for “deep” the episodes with Robert Virding are great, and the ones about Prolog/Erlog are real “thinkers.” One long one that is great is the one on Rabbit MQ, but I’ve had to listen to it many times to really extract all the material from it— which is fine, since it’s a long drive to work anyway.

podcast – Mostly Erlang
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  • Free
  • Category: Software How-To
  • Language: English

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