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You can build Robots with Erlang!
The Encyclopedia Galactica defines a robot as a mechanical apparatus designed to do the work of a man. The marketing division of the Sirius Cybernetics Corporation defines a robot as “Your Plastic Pal Who’s Fun to Be With.”
Ok, maybe not that kind of robots, but it Is true that robots often involve several concurrent tasks, including operating machinery, ensuring safety of people in the area, monitoring sensors. Erlang provides a very good way to manage that.
WE talk about what is and is not a robot along with what robots can and can’t do. Fred Wishes for a robot to plow his driveway when its 40bellow in Quebec
- Zachary Kessin
- Kevin Hammond
- Fred Hebert
- Josh Adams
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Robert Virding was part of the team that first created Erlang at Ericson. Today he works for Erlang Solutions and in his spare time likes to implement other languages to run on the Erlang VM. So far he has created implementations of Prolog, Lisp and Lua that can run in the Erlang VM. We will talk about that and more.
- Robert Virding ()
- Fred Hebert ()
- Bryan Hunter ()
- Zach Kessin ()
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