056 FIFO

Today’s podcast features guest speaker Heinz Gies, creator of project FIFO

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Heinz Gies @heinz_gies

Bryan Hunter @bryan_hunter

Kevin Hammond @khstandrews

Zach Kessin @zkessin

Conferences

Lambda Days in Krakow, Poland: February 26-27

Elixir Comp Europe in Krakow Poland: April 23-24

Erlang Factory San Francisco in San Francisco, March 26-27

Erlang User Conference in Stockholm, Sweden, June 11-12

Picks

https://github.com/dominictarr/crdt
http://christophermeiklejohn.com/crdt/2014/07/22/readings-in-crdts.html

http://www.e-reading.link/chapter.php/143358/218/Tanenbaum_-_Distributed_operating_systems.html

http://www.scotlandthemovie.com/movies/mpdoune.html

https://github.com/project-fifo/snarl

https://dalmatiner.io

http://www.makemeup-israel.com/images/suri/index.html#&gid=1&pid=1

054 Packages

Zach, Fred, and Jose answer questions live!  You’ll hear at the start that we erroneously welcomed you to Podcast #53, but rest assured this is in fact #54.  Here’s the link to the video.  http://mostlyerlang.com/2015/01/05/package-mangement-live/

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053 Elixir Tools and Testing for Erlang

Download Link: https://mostlyerlang.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/053_tools.mp3

052 – Erlang in Anger

Ever have a system go strange on you, or fall down under load? Erlang has some amazing tools to try and debug these cases. Regular panelist Fred joins us to talk about his new book “Erlang in Anger” and his recon library. With these you will be in good shape to debug a system in production without breaking it more.

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