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Erlang Programming Training for Beginners

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A three-day introductory course introducing the key concepts in Erlang.

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Learn the language the carries 90% of the world’s internet traffic. This is our online three-day introductory training to learn and practice coding in Erlang. Great for those that need to start working with Erlang and use it in commercial projects. There are a range of follow up courses to up-skill you to the Expert level.

EXPERTISE

Beginner

COURSE DURATION

Three days

TARGET AUDIENCE

Software developers, engineers and architects

PREREQUISITES

Good programming skills in another language

OBJECTIVES

  • Understanding of the basics of Erlang
  • Read/Write/Design and observe Erlang Programs
  • Learn how to think concurrently and handle errors
  • Get an understanding of best design practices
  • Provides basics needed to attend the OTP course

COVERS THE FOLLOWING TOPICS

  • Background
  • The Shell, Types and Constructs
  • Sequential Erlang
  • Unit Testing
  • Concurrent Erlang
  • Process Design Patterns
  • Process Error Handling
  • Functional Programming Constructs
  • Maps and Records
  • ETS tables
  • Good Design Practices

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE

  • Helps you get over the hurdle of efficiently learning Erlang
  • Gives you all of the knowledge you need to dive deeper in advanced subjects
  • Stops you from doing the typical beginner errors
  • Gets you up to speed with the development workflow
  • Gets you thinking the Erlang way

ABOUT THE TRAINER

Robert Virding, Principal Language Expert at Erlang Solutions Ltd.

While at Ericsson AB, Robert was one of the original members of the Ericsson Computer Science Lab, and co-inventor of the Erlang language. He took part in the original system design and contributed much of the original libraries, as well as to the current compiler. While at the lab he also did a lot of work on the implementation of logic and functional languages and on garbage collection. He co-authored the first book (Prentice-Hall) on Erlang, and is regularly invited to teach and present throughout the world.

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