Francesco Cesarini will be presenting a Skills Matter In-the-Brain session on Thursday, 13th December at Skills Matter, London.
Francesco will be presenting on the concurrent soft real time functional programming language Erlang and its rapidly growing community. He will describe why Erlang programs are generally 4 - 10 times shorter than their counterparts in Java, C and C++ achieving 99,999% availability. Ongoing research projects in the UK and overseas which will be covered, including refactoring, AI, type systems and control systems for robots. The talk will also go into why Erlang, originally invented to handle the next generation of Telecom products, has been successful in a much wider range of sectors
including banking and e-commerce. Participation is free for registered attendees.
Official Website: http://skillsmatter.com/erlang-session-concurrent-programming/pcd/1502
Added by Skills Matter on November 14, 2007