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A very interesting interview with #Erlang  founders +Joe Armstrong and +Robert Virding by Duncan McGreggor, revealing the rationale behind the design process and the decisions taken when designing the language back in the 80's. A must watch for anyone interested in the most battle-proven programming language for #distributed  systems out there!
A look at ERLANG programming language

Love that +Rocky Barbanica is using our studio for other things than just having me on ( +Rackspace and Rocky built a studio in San Francisco that we're starting to use for a variety of things). 

In this interview with Joe Armstrong and Robert Virding, two of the co-creators of the Erlang programming language, Duncan McGreggor, Sr. Engineering Manager at Rackspace gets a journey through Erlang's background, look at its strengths, and ponder the future of computing in a distributed world.


Joe: http://www.sics.se/~joe/ 
Twitter: https://twitter.com/joeerl

Robert: https://github.com/rvirding?tab=repositories 
Twitter: https://twitter.com/rvirding

Duncan: http://cogitat.io/ 
Twitter: https://twitter.com/oubiwann

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"What #distributed #systems theory should a distributed systems engineer know?". A much needed post trying to bridge the gap between highly theoretical papers, to something more practical and suited for [software] engineers: the-paper-trail.org/blog/distributed-systems-theory-for-the-distributed-systems-engineer
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A seemingly interesting archive of #distributed  systems lectures!
At Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden.
www.ict.kth.se/courses/ID2203/video_lectures.html
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Very interesting talk by +Francesco Cesarini on "how #distributed architectures and #concurrency models with #erlang have changed in the last 20 years" (to use Francesco's own words from twitter)

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