Lisp in Seven Parts: Crafting Interpreters in Erlang

I’d like to write about a computer program that has been described by Dr William Byrd as being the most beautiful program ever written, which you may hear all about in his wonderfully rewatchable talk on it. Read more

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This is a quick introduction to the Elixir syntax for Erlang developers and vice-versa. It is the absolute minimum amount of knowledge you need in order to understand Elixir/Erlang code, support interoperability, read the docs, sample code, etc. (more…)

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NOTP: a middle way (Erlang)

I’ve always considered Erlang to be an excellent general purpose programming language. With that, the one-off projects that aren’t systems or servers always had the bloat of OTP, and never felt right. (more…)

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