click to
look inside
Look inside
You can see this entire book for free.
Click the table of contents to start reading.
ASK me anything...
we'll search our titles
to answer your question

Erlang and OTP in Action you own this product

Martin Logan, Eric Merritt, and Richard Carlsson
Foreword by Ulf Wiger
  • November 2010
  • ISBN 9781933988788
  • 432 pages
  • printed in black & white
filed under

placing your order...

Don't refresh or navigate away from the page.
eBook Our eBooks come in Kindle, ePub, and DRM-free PDF formats + liveBook, our enhanced eBook format accessible from any web browser. $29.99 $39.99 you save: $10 (25%)
Erlang and OTP in Action (eBook) added to cart
continue shopping
go to cart

print book Receive a print copy shipped to your door + the eBook in Kindle, ePub, & PDF formats + liveBook, our enhanced eBook format accessible from any web browser. $37.49 $49.99 you save: $12 (25%)
Prints and ships within 3-5 days
Erlang and OTP in Action (print book + eBook) added to cart
continue shopping
go to cart

An enormous amount of experience, combined.

FROM THE FOREWORD by Ulf Wiger, Erlang Solutions Ltd.
Look inside

Erlang and OTP in Action teaches you the concepts of concurrent programming and the use of Erlang's message-passing model. It walks you through progressively more interesting examples, building systems in Erlang and integrating them with C/C++, Java, and .NET applications, including SOA and web architectures.

about the technology

Erlang is an adaptable and fault tolerant functional programming language originally designed for the unique demands of the telecom industry. With Erlang/OTP's interpreter, compiler, database server, and libraries, developers are finding they can satisfy tough uptime and performance requirements in all kinds of other industries.

what's inside

Build apps that...

  • Never deadlock on a shared resource
  • Keep running, even during code upgrades
  • Recover gracefully from errors
  • Scale unchanged from one to many processors
  • Handle many simultaneous connections, and
  • Maintain fast response times

about the reader

This book is written for readers new to Erlang and interested in creating practical applications.

about the author

A core developer for Erlware, Martin Logan has worked with Erlang since 1999. Eric Merritt is a core developer for Erlware and the Sinan build system. An Erlang pioneer, Richard Carlsson is an original member of the High-Performance Erlang group.

FREE domestic shipping on orders of three or more print books

Full of practical, real-world code samples.

Greg Donald, Vanderbilt University

Illuminates how to do things the Erlang way.

John S. Griffin,

The missing link on the Erlang Learning Curve.

Ken Pratt, Ruboss Technology Corporation

An indispensable resource.

David Dossot, Programmer and Author