Industrial Erlang User Group

  • Bluehouse Technology joins IEUG
    2016-09-12 Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group announces a new member, Bluehouse Technology Ltd. Chandru Mullaparthi will represent Bluehouse Technology as a new member of the Board. Daniel Macklin replaces Chandru Mullaparthi as a Board member representing bet365. Bluehouse Technology Ltd. is a group of software experts in development of software in highly complex environments and with extreme requirements regarding performance and reliability. "Our design philosophy is greatly influenced by the Unix ...


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  • Industrial Erlang User Group launches new frontend for Erlang Central
    2016-09-05 Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group

    The Industrial Erlang User Group has launched a new frontend for Erlang Central, the community website for Erlang developers. The new frontend introduces a simplified design and improved user experience, to continue to serve as a platform to facilitate community activities within the Erlang community. Erlang Central is a community website for people who work with or are interested in the Erlang programming language. Users use it for learning the Erlang language and for publishing and applyin ...


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  • Creating the Technical Steering Committee at IEUG
    2016-06-04 Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group

    The Technical Steering Committee (TSC) of IEUG will be responsible for defining the technical roadmaps of IEUG and driving technical projects forward. The OTP team at Ericsson defines the roadmaps of Erlang/OTP. The TSC at IEUG defines roadmaps for items that are not on Ericsson’s roadmap, but beneficial for the entire Erlang ecosystem, complementing Ericsson’s work. The TSC and the OTP team is close collaboration in sharing responsibilities and exchanging ideas. The Technical Steering Co ...


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  • “Help Wanted” on bugs.erlang.org
    2016-03-31 Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group

    The Erlang/OTP team would like help from the open source community. Please contribute to Erlang by joining the discussion or helping to solve issues labelled as "Help Wanted". Since the launch of bugs.erlang.org, many issues have been reported by the open source community. You might have noticed that some issues are labelled as "Help Wanted": https://bugs.erlang.org/issues/?jql=status%3D%22help%20wanted%22 Contributing to Erlang/OTP: 1. Look for issues labelled as "Help Wanted". 2. ...


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  • Rebar3 has been moved to Erlang Github organization
    2016-03-10 Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group

    During the Erlang Factory conference in SF Bay Area on March 10, 2016, Ericsson announced that Rebar3 has been moved to the Erlang organization on Github. Rebar3 has now been moved to the Erlang organization on Github at https://github.com/erlang/rebar3. The Industrial Erlang User Group continues the collaboration with Ericsson to determine the necessary steps and changes that need to be made in order to include Rebar3 in the official Erlang/OTP releases by Ericsson. Rebar3 is a build too ...


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  • Bet365 releases its Erlang libraries as open source
    2016-03-07 Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group

    Bet365 releases its Erlang library for SOAP support as open source in order to encourage the use of the Erlang and increase awareness. Bet365 has built its own Erlang support library for SOAP, a messaging protocol that enables communication between web systems. The SOAP library by bet365 is available at https://github.com/bet365/soap. In an interview with Computer Weekly and Computing, Chandru Mullaparthi, head of software architecture at Bet365, explained why bet365 has chosen Erlang ...


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  • Announcing the Erlang channel on Slack, a team communication tool
    2016-03-01 Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group has recently launched a Slack channel for Erlang, a team communication tool for the open source Erlang community. Users can chat in channels, send one-to-one messages, paste code snippets, share files and search for messages. The Erlang Slack channel is also integrated with Erlang's JIRA issue tracker (bugs.erlang.org). Visit the Slack channel for Erlang: https://erlanger.slack.com/ Request an invitation: bit.ly/ErlangSlack   A ...


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  • Erlang/OTP – 17 Years of Open Source
    2015-12-08 Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group

    December 8th 2015 marks the seventeenth year since Erlang/OTP was released as open source.   What is Erlang/OTP and why was Erlang Open Sourced? The Erlang programming language was created and implemented in the Ericsson Computer Science Laboratory, headed by Bjarne Däcker. Later, a separate organisation was created within Ericsson - the OTP unit. Its aim was to commercialise and stabilise the implementation of Erlang, its libraries, tools and documentation. This unit still conti ...


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  • Including Rebar3 in official Erlang/OTP releases
    2015-10-22 Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group

    The Industrial Erlang User Group and Ericsson have discussed the possibility of including Rebar3 in the official Erlang/OTP releases and made progress. In a recent monthly meeting between IEUG and Ericsson, the Industrial Erlang User Group expressed its intention of endorsing Rebar3 as a build tool and package manager and releasing Rebar3 together with the official Erlang/OTP. Ericsson is positive about including and endorsing Reber3 in the OTP releases, as long as certain changes are made i ...


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  • Announcing Erlang Issue Tracker bugs.erlang.org
    2015-10-21 Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group announces the new issue tracker for Erlang/OTP (https://bugs.erlang.org). The issue tracker replaces the erlang-bugs mailing list to provide a place where the community reports bugs, suggests improvements and new features. You can access the issue tracker starting today. The issue tracker for Erlang/OTP is a step towards improving and formalising the process of community contributions, a goal which is actively worked on by the Industrial Erlang User Group. The IEU ...


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  • Tail-f Systems (Cisco) joins IEUG
    2015-09-18 Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group welcomes a new member, Tail-f Systems, who has been acquired by Cisco in June 2014. Tail-f Systems is a leading provider of multi-vendor network service orchestration solutions for traditional and virtualized networks. Tail-f’s solutions are equally applicable for today’s network problems, such as layer 2 or layer 3 VPN provisioning, and next-generation networking based on NFV and SDN technologies. Tail-f is now a part of Cisco.   About Industrial Erl ...


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