Book Name: Erlang and OTP in Action
Author: Eric Merritt, Martin Logan, Richard Carlsson
Publisher: Manning Publications
File size: 4.8 MB
File format: PDF
Erlang and OTP in Action Pdf Book Description:
Concurrent programming is now a essential discipline for many developers. Multi-core chips and the rising need for optimum performance and scalability in mission-critical programs have revived interest in functional languages such as Erlang which are made to take care of parallel programming. Erlang, along with the OTP platform, make it feasible to deliver stronger applications that meet rigorous uptime and functionality requirements.
Erlang and OTP in Action instructs you to use Erlang’s message passing model for concurrent programming–a very different method of handling the issue of parallel programming in the common multi-threaded strategy. This book walks you through the technical considerations and measures of constructing systems in Erlang and incorporating them with real world C/C++, Java, and .NET software. Unlike other books in the current market, Erlang and OTP in Action provides a thorough view of the way that concurrency relates to SOA and internet technologies.
This hands on manual is ideal for readers only learning Erlang or even for people who wish to use their theoretical understanding of the powerful language. You will delve into the Erlang language and OTP runtime by constructing a number of progressively more intriguing real-world spread applications.
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