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Erlang in production: "I wish I'd known that when I started" - Bernard Duggan

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Uploaded on Jan 19, 2012

Erlang is gaining popularity as a language for developing robust, maintainable, concurrent systems for high load environments. Its list of features, including hot code loading, crash isolation and easy concurrency make it look extremely attractive, but any even moderately experienced developer knows there's no silver bullet.

In this talk we discuss our journey from being "Erlang newbies" to pushing a critical system out into M5's high-load production telephony environment.

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