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by Fred Hebert

Category: Programming
Subcategory: Technologies and Computers
Author: Fred Hebert
ISBN: 1593274351
ISBN13: 978-1593274351
Language: English
Publisher: No Starch Press; 1 edition (January 13, 2013)
Pages: 624
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This book is for you if you’ve got some programming experience and if you’re not too familiar with functional programming. It can still be useful if you’re too good for that, as we progressively go into more and more advanced topics. Oh and before you get in, please grab the code, and have a nice day.

I first encountered some of the Learn You Some Erlang contents via the web page in 2010, but only . LYSE is a really good book for getting into Erlang. Fred Hebert goes from elementary material to some fairly advanced topics

LYSE is a really good book for getting into Erlang. Fred Hebert goes from elementary material to some fairly advanced topics.

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Read Learn You Some Erlang For Great Good!, by Fred Hebert online on Bookmate – Learn You Some Erlang for Great Good! is a hilariously illustrated guide to the concurrent functional programming lan. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Fred Hebert is a self-taught programmer who used to teach Erlang. He is currently working on a real-time bidding platform and was named Erlang User of the Year 2012. His online tutorial, Learn You Some Erlang for Great Good!, is widely regarded as the best way to learn Erlang. Библиографические данные. Learn You Some Erlang for Great Good!: A Beginner's Guide No Starch Press Series.

A Beginners Guide or any other file from Books category. Erlang maestro Fred Hébert starts slow and eases you into the basics: You’ll learn about Erlang’s unorthodox syntax, its data structures, its type system (or lack thereof!), and basic functional programming techniques.

Erlang maestro Fred Hébert starts slow and eases you into the basics: You'll learn about Erlang's unorthodox syntax, its . Luckily, there’s a new weapon in the battle against Erlang-phobia: Learn You Some Erlang for Great Good!

Erlang maestro Fred Hébert starts slow and eases you into the basics: You'll learn about Erlang's unorthodox syntax, its data structures, its type system (or lack thereof!), and basic functional programming techniques. Luckily, there’s a new weapon in the battle against Erlang-phobia: Learn You Some Erlang for Great Good!

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Learn You Some Erlang for Great Good . As the old saying goes: Some people take sugar with their coffee and some programmers take cartoons with their Erlang.

As the old saying goes: Some people take sugar with their coffee and some programmers take cartoons with their Erlang. You'll start out with the basics and learn all about the shell, tuples, list comprehensions, and bit syntax.

Learn You Some Erlang for Great Good! on Kindle. These are the sources that I used to generate Fred Hebert's book in the Kindle-supported. These files were generated on June 26th, 2015. mobi file containing all images. mobi file containing just images needed for explanation. How to Generate the Book. Make sure you're connected to the Internet.

I hope that many of you will enjoy reading Fred’s book as much as I did and that you find learning Erlang to be an agreeable and thought-provoking process. Joe Armstrong, designer of Erlang.

January 2013, 624 pp. ISBN-13: 9781593274351. I hope that many of you will enjoy reading Fred’s book as much as I did and that you find learning Erlang to be an agreeable and thought-provoking process. Most importantly, it explains OTP, a set of design patterns and behaviors which allow you to build fault tolerant and robust systems.

Erlang is the language of choice for programmers who want to write robust, concurrent applications, but its strange syntax and functional design can intimidate the uninitiated. Luckily, there’s a new weapon in the battle against Erlang-phobia: Learn You Some Erlang for Great Good!Erlang maestro Fred Hébert starts slow and eases you into the basics: You’ll learn about Erlang’s unorthodox syntax, its data structures, its type system (or lack thereof!), and basic functional programming techniques. Once you’ve wrapped your head around the simple stuff, you’ll tackle the real meat-and-potatoes of the language: concurrency, distributed computing, hot code loading, and all the other dark magic that makes Erlang such a hot topic among today’s savvy developers.As you dive into Erlang’s functional fantasy world, you’ll learn about:–Testing your applications with EUnit and Common Test–Building and releasing your applications with the OTP framework–Passing messages, raising errors, and starting/stopping processes over many nodes–Storing and retrieving data using Mnesia and ETS–Network programming with TCP, UDP, and the inet module–The simple joys and potential pitfalls of writing distributed, concurrent applicationsPacked with lighthearted illustrations and just the right mix of offbeat and practical example programs, Learn You Some Erlang for Great Good! is the perfect entry point into the sometimes-crazy, always-thrilling world of Erlang.
Comments to eBook Learn You Some Erlang for Great Good!: A Beginner's Guide
Beazerdred
Some points I thought worth mentioning:

* Hebert tries to teach on a level that is both for those who may be totally green, but also aware that his demographic is probably those who know a good chunk of computer science concepts and are fluent in other languages. Many will correctly claim Hebert's teaching style as humorous and quirky; I'd like to add that it takes the pragmatic approach, as well.
* Concurrent application design is hard and Erlang can be a bit of a zoo, but the structure Hebert takes in the book is well paced and logical. Protip: read the chapters before you implement anything. Abstaining from implementing will help test your memory of the concepts at hand when you finally do code the examples in the book.
* The book, like Erlang, is crammed with content. It's roughly 600 pages where its muse of Learn You A Haskell for Great Good is only half that. Again, Hebert is trying to get you acquainted and exposed while also touching on _important_ particularities (rather than bog one down in page long explanations of graph theory, for example. See my first point).

If you're unsure whether or not to buy the book, I recommend reading the forward by Joe Armstrong.
Marilore
Seller:
Bought it from Good for Readers. It came well packaged with no damage. It took nearly 1 week to arrive. I bought it for 26.25 bucks + shipping.

Product:
If you're an "aficionado" with new languages, different infrastructures and gimmicks, you may as well take a look on Erlang. Most of its concepts, if not all, came from barebones communication infrastructure. And with that, a lot of different and interesting solutions. Although functional, Erlang is quite a simple language to use. Some of its facilities can make your life as developer easier. There are some interesting projects built of Erlangs solutions (i.e. ChicagoBoss, Elixir). It is definitely worth a shot. As for the book, its really well written. Mr. Hebert gives some great good advices and insights all around the book. As well as maintaining a good sense of humor through out the book. Making it enjoyable to read. There a whole bunch of practical (complex) examples in the book. Definitely an excellent product.

Do I regret buying?
Nope!
Vudogal
The best intro to erlang you can get. I'm still learning, and still coming back to this book for reference, but I have a true understanding of the language now, thanks to this book. Now I am just lacking practice and a few other things before I would call myself proficient in erlang.
Der Bat
The book is excellent. Some parts of it need a bit more of a push to get you to understand the language, but if you have problem solving skills it should be easy. If you don't understand, read it again, it'll sink in. If you encounter a roadblock, don't give up, theres your chance to think outside the box. Googling provides meager support if you're looking for an easy out.
Trex
A great book to learn Erlang. The book is available for free online, though I liked it so much I wanted to ensure the Author was give credit by purchasing the book.
SiIеnt
I've bought and read all of the other Erlang books published so far, but this one is my favorite. The book, and the site that started it all, has excellent depth as well as light, fun writing!

Most likely, Erlang will never hit mainstream, and I'm glad it won't. But at least the few of us will have some excellent books to cover this obscure language/platform.

Outstanding job, Fred!
Sennnel
I would recommend this book to book to programmers who have an interest in functional programming.
Great book!
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