32 episodes

A regualar panel talk about Erlang and related topics

podcast – Mostly Erlang Zachary Kessin

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A regualar panel talk about Erlang and related topics

    We are back with Episode #69! Why Should You Major in Computer Science?

    We are back with Episode #69! Why Should You Major in Computer Science?

    Hi everyone, and sorry for the delay.  After our brief hiatus, we should be back to weekly podcasts! Download Link: https://mostlyerlang.files.wordpress.com/2015/07/whymajorincs.mp3 Panel Kevin Hammond @khstandrews Simon Thompson @thompson_si Francesco Cesarini @FrancescoC Fred Hebert @mononcqc Irina Guberman @irina_guberman Heinz Gies @heinz_gies Zach Kessin @zkessin Links http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/ThePerilsofJavaSchools.htmlhttp://programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/103850/as-a-high-school-student-what-should-i-be-doing-to-make-myself-better-more-hirea/103859#103859 http://lwn.net/Articles/641779/?utm_content=bufferc1 http://www.se-radio.net/2008/01/episode-84-dick-gabriel-on-lisp/ http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/EWD/transcriptions/OtherDocs/Haskell.html https://erlangcentral.org/jobs/

    Interview with Joe Armstrong

    Interview with Joe Armstrong

    At Erlang Factory San Francisco, Zach spent a few minutes interviewing Joe Armstrong, co-inventor of Erlang.  As always, we apologize for the quality of these interviews and the background noise. Download Link: https://mostlyerlang.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/joe-armstrong.mp3

    068 Types

    068 Types

    Sorry about that!  Audacity crashed on me and I had to redo the whole thing! 😦 This isn’t going to be as polished as usual because I wanted to hurry up and get it online. Download Link: https://mostlyerlang.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/mostly_erlang_68_types-done.mp3 Panel Brian Troutwine Kevin Hammond Edwin Brady Heinz Gies Zach Kessin Conferences Lambda Conf Boulder, Colorado Erlang User […]

    Interview with Jamie Winsor

    Interview with Jamie Winsor

    Interview with Jamie Winsor at the San Francisco conference Download Link: https://mostlyerlang.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/tascam_0013-jamie-winsor.mp3

    067 Rebar 3

    067 Rebar 3

    Download Link: https://mostlyerlang.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/67-e2-done.mp3 Fred, Brian, and Zach discuss Rebar in today’s podcast.  Hope you enjoy! Panel Fred Hebert @mononcqc Brian Troutwine @bltroutwine Zach Kessin @zkessin

    Interview with Guido van Rossum

    Interview with Guido van Rossum

    Happy Thursday!  Here’s an interview with Guido van Rossum, author of the Python programming language. Download Link: https://mostlyerlang.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/interview-with-guido-van-rossum.mp3

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

4everinbeta ,

I would call it “Not Just Erlang”...

This podcast is obviously a fantastic source of information for the growing Erlang community. However, I recommend it to any developer wanting to understand highly concurrent, distributed systems. The topics on mostlyerlang may be grounded in Erlang, but the concepts port to the greater concepts of a modern distributed system architecture extremely well.

josgraha ,

hidden gem

This podcast has an all-star panel that appear in most episodes with cutting edge computer science topics. Not only are the topics great but Zach manages to get the heavy hitters of the functional programming (and beyond) community. He has a great mix of applied and research panelists and does a great job keeping the show on rails. Thanks Zach!

DerekMorr ,

Very useful

I’m not an Erlanger, but I find this podcast great. I use Akka (another actor system), and this podcast is full of good discussions about how to use actors effectively. And they are very open to discussing other functional languages (Elixir makes a common appearance). Check it out.

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