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Intro to Erlang

Limited free seats for college students
e-mail funda@keyfunda.com with name, college, ID#

Requires knowledge of some software language (example: C, C++, Java etc). Need to bring your own laptop to write some code. Offer only for students from Bengaluru.

Erlang is one of those "open secrets" in the software world, coming into the limelight only whenever some famous company reveals that it is powered by Erlang. Fact is that Erlang has been around for 20+ years, originally developed at Ericsson for fault-tolerant telecom switches. Today, Erlang is open-source and widely used to build concurrent, distributed systems requiring high-availability with soft-real-time latencies e.g; messaging, financial trading, and distributed databases.

keyfunda's affordable 1-day Erlang course will introduce you to the basics of the language, and give you an executive summary of its applications. This is a hands-on course, so bring your laptop and come prepared to write some code. Registrants will receive detailed instructions on how to install Erlang.

 

Q: What do I get in this course that I can't find online?

A: Get key fundas + Get to meet people

That's the short answer, but we've explained the course contents in a detailed blog post which you should read before registering for the course.

[BONUS: Elixir is a new language built to run on the Erlang run-time, attracting growing attention in the web world. In this course we will briefly introduce you to Elixir.]


Course Pre-requisites: Familiarity with some programming or scripting language - it could be C, C++, Java, Python, Javascript, Ruby, PHP, tcl, Verilog, SPICE... literally any language you have used for work or fun. However, you need to be comfortable opening up a text editor and writing code.

Course Date & Location: Saturday 15 November 2014, Bangalore

Food: Lunch and Tea/Coffee included in registration

Course Content: See blog post

Course Instructor: Madabusi Govindarajan

Madabusi Govindarajan (Govind) has 20+ years of experience in industry and academia, across the stack from semiconductors to software. Govind has been a tenured faculty member at IIT-Bombay, held key positions in Silicon Valley start-ups, and was a Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM. Most recently he is the co-founder of a Bangalore start-up Silicon Crowds.

Govind holds a PhD from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, and a B.Tech from IIT-Madras. You can find his detailed bio on linkedin.