Erlang Articles, Tutorials & News

Building Erlang Docker Images with Multi-Stage Builds

This is the first in a series of upcoming posts about deploying and monitoring an Erlang cluster in Kubernetes. To start, this piece describes how to build an Erlang container for the project that will be deployed to Kubernetes, and will touch on a couple…

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Building Erlang Docker Images with Multi-Stage Builds

This is the first in a series of upcoming posts about deploying and monitoring an Erlang cluster in Kubernetes. To start, this piece describes how to build an Erlang container for the project that will be deployed to Kubernetes, and will touch on a couple…

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Docs in the shell 2: Man-Erlang interface

It’s been a while since the last update on docsh and over a year since the idea of shell access to Erlang docs originally emerged in my mind. Believe it or not, the project has seen a huge progress, though one might argue that at a pace a tad slower than …

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Quartz: Towards a statically typed Erlang

Erlang is probably the most widely used functional programming language in the software industry. It’s been used by the creators of massive telecom infrastructure, tech giants, video game companies, and various small firms alike to achieve fast, stable ne…

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Erlang Clustering on Kubernetes

If you’re looking to get a distributed Erlang cluster up and running on Kubernetes you’ll need take a few things into account. This post will create a basic application and provide scripts to automate the creation and deployment of a distributed Erlang ap…

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What is Erlang? (audio)

The podcast that helps you to improve your development knowledge and career, through explaining the latest and greatest in development technology and providing you with what you need to succeed as a developer.

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