Tools on Elixir

We are joined by Bruce Tate and Jose Valim to talk about the tools that have been developing around Elixir and how they can help the rest of the Erlang eco system.

This is the first of a series of episodes that will explore that wider Erlang eco system including Elixir, LFE, Erlog, LING, LuvieScript, Concurrent Scheme and more

 

Download Link https://mostlyerlang.files.wordpress.com/2014/08/043_elixir_tools.mp3

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042 Tools on Erlang

Download Link https://mostlyerlang.files.wordpress.com/2014/08/042_tools_with_simon_and_yehuda.mp3

At Erlang Factory Jose and Dave pointed out that we in the Erlang community are loosing people by the fact that we have not kept up with the tools in other languages, like Clojure, Ruby and Elixir. So we brought on two professors who have both taught Erlang to see what they have experienced in their classes. Simon Thompson teaches at the University of Kent in Canterbery, England, and Yehuda Ben Shimol teaches at Ben Gurion University of the Negev in Beer Sheva Israel.

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Live at EUC2014 With Stuart Whitfield of Erlang Solutions

Just a note, I recorded a number of short interviews at Erlang User Conference 2014. I will be putting them into the feed over the next few weeks

 

We spoke with Stuart Whitfield CEO of Erlang Solutions about how to grow Erlang and other topics

Live at EUC2014 With Paul Butcher

Just a note, I recorded a number of short interviews at Erlang User Conference 2014. I will be putting them into the feed over the next few weeks

 

 

We spoke with Paul Butcher, Author of Seven Concurrency Models in Seven Weeks, at EUC about concurrency and how we deal with it as well as other fun things.

 

038 Prolog

Download Link: http://mostlyerlang.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/038_prolog.mp3

Any sufficiently complicated rules engine  contains an ad hoc, informally-specified, bug-ridden, slow implementation of half of prolog

We talk about prolog with Jan who created SWI Prolog and Robert Virding, who used Prolog to help create Erlang. About why prolog is interesting and how best to use it in general and with other systems.

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