What can be done with Java but should better be done with Erlang

Pavlo Baron


Software development is more of craftsmanship than of engineering. A good craftsman carries more tools around than just a hammer. And it's relatively inefficient to use a hammer where you need a saw. So when you take the Java ecosystem for hammer, there is still a lot of situations where a saw called Erlang would be a much better fit. In this talk you will learn these situations from concrete examples.
Level:   Intermediate
  Hardcore coding
  Erlang, OTP, Java, JVM, comparison
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Language:   English