Martin Logan is a leading Erlang developer, a frequent conference presenter, and the primary developer of the Faxien OTP/Erlang package management system.Currently he works for Orbitz Worldwide, developing solutions for their large scale distributed service-based infrastructure. Richard Carlsson was an original member of the High-Performance Erlang groupat Uppsala University, and has contributed to many parts of the standard libraries, the Erlang compiler, runtime system, and the language itself. Eric Merrit specializes in concurrent languages and distributed systems. He’s a core developer for the Erlware family of open-source products.
As a long-time software developer, I have read very many technical books. I have noticed that, as technology trends come and go faster than ever before, there is an incentive to... Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. F. Cloutier
Very nice book. Good for people who want to learn Erlang and OTP and use them. I would recommend this book to everyone who wants to get into Erlang/OTP.Published 18 months ago by Neerav Vyas
Erlang is considered the bete noire of programming languages with it's weird syntax and radical constructs. It's roots are in Prolog. Read morePublished on January 28, 2012 by Sardar
Great book on Erlang's OTP - this book provides good description of OTP, its design principles, etc. Read morePublished on January 27, 2012 by Alexey Ott
I've spent the last several weeks learning Erlang in my spare time (and I am extremely impressed). I'm a very experienced programmer (20+years), and have 5 years of professional... Read morePublished on January 13, 2012 by NewLibertarian
I stumbled into Erlang after evaluating several other high performance languages which were found wanting. Erlang is very impressive and OTP is powerful & useful. Read morePublished on October 16, 2011 by David Harris
This book is your next step to understanding Erlang/OTP.
Once you have a basic understanding of the Erlang Language (see Joe Armstrong's book), this is your next step. Read more
I started learning Erlang withiout this book and it was a painful experience.
This book turned my previous bad experience into a big wow! Read more
You may wonder why you would need this book if two other Erlang books have been published. I thought the same but this book takes a different approach in the way Erlang is... Read morePublished on February 24, 2011 by Seth