Joe Armstrong's Blog

There has been some interest lately about Erlang on meta-sites like reddit and digg. I thought I was reading another blog entry from someone who was praising Erlang's concepts without actually writing any working Erlang systems. Then I noticed the name seemed a little familiar:

So far there's an easy going description of some of the key concepts behind Erlang. It won't be anything new for those who have read his thesis, but it is a consise high level intro to concurrency.

I'm looking forward to future entries.

[EDIT: corrected the thesis link. Thanks falcon]

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