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Andra Dinu

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An idea to solve one of Erlang’s lack of shell-accessible docs, anywhere and everywhere a piece of code written in the language is deployed
https://www.erlang-solutions.com/blog/docs-in-the-shell.html?utm_source=Gplus&utm_medium=Erlanggroup&utm_campaign=Shellblog
Docs in the Shell. February 9, 2016 by Radek Szymczyszyn. TL;DR: To access module documentation in the Erlang shell use docsh. Hi! I'm Radek Szymczyszyn, an Erlang dev. This is my first post here. You can also read it on Medium. For quite some time now I've been envying a few of Elixir's ...
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Our Erlang Solutions MongooseIM team got together with other XMPP experts at #XMPP Summit 19 & #FOSDEM 2016. Learn all about their thoughts and contributions in this review: http://bit.ly/1TCX6xG
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Benoit Chesneau

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#erlang cluster in action with @pieterjan_m #erlangfactory
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Benoit Chesneau

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current me.

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Erlang Solutions

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Debugging an #Erlang system by connecting to the Erlang VM with gdb. New blog post by Rafal Studnicki http://bit.ly/1Uo7mIe
How to analyse a BEAM core dump? January 26, 2016 by Rafal Studnicki. How to analyse a BEAM core dump? TL;DR It's relatively easy to debug Erlang system by connecting to the Erlang VM with gdb. To see an example, click here.
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Brazilian #Erlang developers group and language enthusiasts.
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Benoit Chesneau

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Your computerized things are talking about you behind your back, and for the most part you can’t stop them—or even learn what they’re saying.
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The newest version of the XMPP server, MongooseIM, has been released. MongooseIM 1.6.1 starts the maintenance series with more RiakKV, more tests and more enhancements. Want to find out more? Read our blog post!: http://bit.ly/1S0tkBH 
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Mickaël Rémond
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ejabberd 16.01 is out with large number of improvements, performance optimizations, security and bug fixes.

Just in time for Advanced Erlang ejabberd workshop in Krakow: http://advanced-erlang.com/workshops/#jan26-16-event

Enjoy !
This 'happy new year' release of ejabberd is the culmination of one year of major improvements. This is yet another milestone for ejabberd, being the
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Erlang is a programming language used to build massively scalable soft real-time systems with requirements on high availability. Some of its uses are in telecoms, banking, e-commerce, computer telephony and instant messaging. Erlang's runtime system has built-in support for concurrency, distribution and fault tolerance. This community also welcomes Elixir discussions which is a refreshing new language built on top of Erlang.

Mickaël Rémond
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Deep Dive into ejabberd Pubsub Implementation

Christophe Romain explains in video ejabberd PubSub implementation in details. Video was recorded at first ejabberd Advanced Erlang workshop in Paris.


Learn the details about ejabberd PubSub implementation to get the most of it.
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Mickaël Rémond
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Advanced Erlang Quickcheck Workshop in Berlin, Feb 23rd

This time the workshop will focus on using the Free Quickcheck Mini in the context of Elixir. This is a great opportunity to get started with property-based testing.


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Are you at the XMPP Summit in Brussels tomorrow and on Friday (28-29 Jan) or at FOSDEM on 30-31 Jan? Come say ‘hello’ to our MongooseIM team: Nicolas Vérité-Product Owner and Michal Piotrowski-Tech Lead.  

We will be presenting the newest pieces of our work, including some return of experience on mobile group chat, and (re)connection optimisation. We are delighted to sponsor XSF for the third year in a row. Have a great summit everybody!
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Benoit Chesneau

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Benoit Chesneau

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How to analyse a BEAM core dump? January 26, 2016 by Rafal Studnicki. How to analyse a BEAM core dump? TL;DR It's relatively easy to debug Erlang system by connecting to the Erlang VM with gdb. To see an example, click here.
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Benoit Chesneau

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Woot! We finally manage to the release he program of the #Erlang Factory Brussel.

You will get 3 talks and 1 free workshop about #Elixir. The whole event will be free, supplied with free coffee :)

Hope to see you there! Please don't forget to register.


http://www.erlang-factory.com/brussels2016/#programme
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Anna Grzybowska

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Early Bird registration for the Erlang Factory SF Bay Area 2016 March 10-11 is open!

Early Bird tickets are available now with the price of $990. Register now and save $300! 

This year we will have a joint Keynote by Evan Czaplicki, creator of Elm and Chris McCord, creator of the Phoenix Framework.

Some the biggest names in the functional programming world will be with us this year: co-inventor of Erlang Joe Armstrong, creator of PropEr, CutEr and Concuerror Kostis Sagonas, author of 'Learn You Some Erlang For Great Good!' Fred Hebert, founder of Erlang Solutions Francesco Cesarini, Elixir developer Elba Sanchez, director of future technology at Jaguar Land Rover Ulf Wiger, programmer-in-anger Garrett Smith, VM core committer Lukas Larsson, software heretic Susan Potter, co-author of 'Erlang and OTP in Action' Eric Merritt, CTO at Quviq Thomas Arts, RabbitMQ core developer Alvaro Videla and author of 'Seven Languages in Seven Weeks' Bruce Tate.
<p><a href="http://www.erlang-factory.com/sfbay2016#info"><strong>Erlang Factory San Francisco Bay Area 2016</strong></a></p> <p><strong></strong>Conference: 10-11 March; Training: 7-9 March and 14-16 March</p> <p>The Early Bird rate is open until 11 February. Last year the conference sold out, so secure your place now.</p> <p></p> <p><a href="http://www.erlang-factory.com/sfbay2016#register" target="_blank"><img src="/static/upload/media/145...
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Benoit Chesneau

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still 2 days before we close the #ErlangFactory Brussels just before the #FOSDEM https://t.co/IHDgOL0t8C #Erlang Hope to see you there :) 
<p><a href="http://www.erlang-factory.com/sfbay2016#info"><strong>Erlang Factory San Francisco Bay Area 2016</strong></a></p> <p><strong></strong>Conference: 10-11 March; Training: 7-9 March and 14-16 March</p> <p>The Early Bird rate is open until 11 February. Last year the conference sold out, so secure your place now.</p> <p></p> <p><a href="http://www.erlang-factory.com/sfbay2016#register" target="_blank"><img src="/static/upload/media/145...
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Mickaël Rémond
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ejabberd Massive Scalability: 1 Node — 2+ Million Concurrent Users

Enjoy !
How far can you push ejabberd on a single node? It turns out very far !
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Erlang Solutions

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Connecting to the shell of your Erlang node can be pretty tricky - and time- consuming. But there are ways to make your life easier.
Read Marc Sugiyama’s post on our blog for a quick ‘HOW TO’ on adding an ssh server to your #Erlang node. http://bit.ly/1nkYjwZ 
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Tobias Schlager

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Not a new project, had been in my queue for sharing a long time now.

Yet another (remote) Syslog application for Erlang. Except for the fact that it is really RFC compliant (BSD or Syslog), documented, typed and in production use....
syslog - An RFC 3164 and RFC 5424 compliant logging framework for Erlang.
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Sorry for this auto-selected picture... narf
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