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There are some good examples in the book. Erlanf who bought this item also bought. Very clear and entertaining presentation. It should be noted that I didn’t like the language much either and later chapters were tarnished by how annoyed I was by other things such as Erlang’s string handling. This book deserves credit for being a clear, approachable introduction to the syntax and core ideas of Erlang.

I think these kinds of languages are the future of programming. His description of the language itself is thorough, but the chapters on OTP were relatively thin, and I am left with a number of questions about how to build and tune actual production systems with the Erlang toolset. Pages with related products.

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Programming Erlang, 2nd Edition

Sorry to compare two books against each other – they’re eflang the only two Erlang books I’ve read to now. Half a dozen things, but the crucial thing is that the focus of the book wanes as the book progresses. After an introduction to how to do things sequentially we’re then ushered into how the primitives for concurrency work and what they enable, but also what they mean in terms of error handling and how you will need ar,strong structure your networks of processes in order to make your system robust.

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Refresh and try again. As a newcomer to the Erlang, this is an absolutely essential book to anyone getting familiar with this amazing functional, concurrent language.

Programming Erlang by Joe Armstrong

Suatu saat nanti akan belajar Erlang lagi, Membaca hingga bab 4 saja: Processing Bit-Level Data Chapter 8: I would recommend looking at the other Erlang books that are available. He has worked in industry, as an entrepreneur, and as a researcher for more bookk 35 years.

The author, one of the Erlang creators describes everything erlaang clearly that I wish I didn’t sound so over the top, but go ahead read some of the free same amazon provides. A SHOUTcast server is demonstrated before moving on how to interface with websockets; a very powerful chapter demonstrating the simplicity of how Erlang can communicate with an external process. Open Preview See a Problem?

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New to this edition are seven chapters covering the latest Erlang features: Advanced beginner to advanced intermediate. It is a functional language, meaning that functions in general are unable to cause side-effects.

Erlang takes a little getting used to. The book shows a couple simple examples of distributed programming by way of illustration: If you like books and love to bolk cool products, we may be looking for you. Aug 08, John rated it it was amazing. Menarik membaca buku bahasa pemrograman dari pionirnya. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.


His description of the language itself is thorough, but the chapters on OTP were relatively thin, and I am left with a number of questions about how to build and tune actual produ An adequate introduction to the language.

Programming Erlang (2nd edition) by Joe Armstrong | The Pragmatic Bookshelf

Introducing Erlang takes no more than pages. This website uses cookies for account and order processing. In this second edition of the bestselling Programming Erlangyou’ll learn how to write parallel programs that scale effortlessly on multicore systems. The creator of Erlang masterfully explains the language through excellent real world examples and great analogies to imperative language constructs familiar to experienced programmers and newcomers.

Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: I would love to see this book updated to include some more modern day examples of where Erlang is being used and tools for building Erlang applications like Rebar. Reader Level Beginner to intermediate Intermediate to advanced Intermediate to advanced Advanced beginner to armstong intermediate Page count A must have for any serious Erlang programmer.

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