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Programming Erlang The second edition has been extensively rewritten. New to this edition are seven chapters covering the latest Erlang features: maps, the type system and the Dialyzer, WebSockets, programming idioms, and a new stand-alone execution environment.

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Best book available for learning Erlang 2 octobre 2013
Par K. Landrus - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This is much improved over the 1st edition (which I never actually finished), the goals succeed in better appeal to beginners, and explain the benefits of concurrent programming for multicore computers of today in Erlang have been realized and make it more interesting. I looked forward everyday to when I could have time to read more and experiment in the repl.

I have the 1st (print) edition, it is one of the books that originally got me interested in the functional paradigm and concurrent programing with out using threads, (share nothing). After Erlang I also learned Scala which adopts many of the ideas from Erlang especially actors, and pattern matching. The 2nd ed. definitely improves on the original and is more enjoyable to read.
I would definitely recommend this book to other programmers who are interested in taking advantage of programming the multi-core CPUs in most current laptops and desktops which are more prevalent than before, with out the pitfalls of shared memory thread based techniques.
As a Ruby developer I am also interested in Elixir which is a more expressive Ruby-like language running on top of the Erlang VM,
7 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Truly Outstanding 10 décembre 2013
Par wsands - Publié sur
Format: Broché
The 1st edition of this book is what got me interested in Erlang. This edition is an outstanding update. Joe's clear explanations and to-the-point examples make learning the language fun and interesting. Many programming books are hastily thrown together by their authors, and often contains topics that are obsolete by the time book goes to press. This book is just the opposite. Not only is everything discussed in this book relevant to today's Erlang programmer, Joe also provides a glimpse of the future. In chapter 5, Joe discusses "maps," which is a capability available in version R17 (the next release of Erlang). Chapter 18 discusses websockets and is an interesting application of the new "maps" capability.

In summary, I think this book is a must read for anyone interested in Erlang.
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Excellent 19 mars 2014
Par A. Matthews - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Still the best Erlang book IMHO. I bought it for the new material on setting up an Erlang dev environment, amongst other things. The coverage of that was sparser than the Amazon blurb led me to believe. There really wasn't enough new material to justify buying the 2nd edition (if, like me, you already bough the 1st ed). Still it gets 5 stars because it is an excellent book, and if you don't already have this, it is worth it.
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mindblowing read 28 avril 2014
Par Michael A. Mota - Publié sur
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As a newcomer to the Erlang, this is an absolutely essential book to anyone getting familiar with this amazing functional, concurrent language. The creator of Erlang masterfully explains the language through excellent real world examples and great analogies to imperative language constructs familiar to experienced programmers and newcomers. I love the creator's thinking process expressed throughout the book. It really helps you realize the possibilities of using Erlang capabilities to solve problems in a intuitive manner that is not possible with imperative languages. This last comment may sound ridiculous, but reading the book was so enlightening and mindbending that I forgot where I was like Alice in wonderland did.
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Some like the prose style of the Learn You Some Erlang ... 17 juin 2015
Par Daniel Lyle - Publié sur
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Everyone has a different learning style. Some like the prose style of the Learn You Some Erlang book. While that book was also interesting and educational, it didn't fit my learning style nor serve as well a future reference as this book by Joe Armstrong. I tend to evaluate software books by the following three criteria: content (does it provide good examples?, e.g. for use as a cookbook for programming tasks), how it expands my mind (does it trigger new questions and new ways of thinking?), and lastly whether it is organized well for future reference (e.g. well indexed and organized into conceptual chapters). Some books excel at one or two of these areas (e.g. Learn You Some Erlang mostly excels at the first two), but Joe's book excels at all three. Plus some of the examples that the Learn You Some Erlang provided weren't as clear to me in terms of understanding them as Joe's. Sorry to compare two books against each other - they're currently the only two Erlang books I've read to now.
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