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Cool Tools and Gadgets

Host: Adam Lindberg
Date: 11-06-2010
Room: Westminster Room
The Tools and Gadgets Track explores the latest tools, academic research projects and library applications for the Erlang Developers and Testers.

Time Talk
9:55 - 10:45 Taking the Erlang/OTP distro on github to the next level: Continuous builds and tests for community patches
Tino Breddin
11:15 - 12:05 Getting the right module structure: finding and fixing problems in your projects
Huiqing Li Simon Thompson
12:10 - 13:00 QuickSpec: Formal Specifications for Free!
Nick Smallbone
14:25 - 15:15 Multi Layer Monitoring for Maximum Service Quality & Uptime
Lahav Savir
15:20 - 16:10 Zotonic: easy content management with Erlang's performance and flexibility.
Marc Worrell

10-06-2010, Thursday
Erlang in Databases, host: Kevin Smith

Ever since Mnesia entered the scene in 1995, Erlang has been a language for the most discriminating database hackers. With CouchDB, Scalaris and Riak, Erlang is now on the forefront of the NoSQL wave - the biggest revolution in the database world since E.F. Codd invented the Relational Model.

10-06-2010, Thursday
Case Studies, host: Thomas Arts

As Erlang's popularity grows, it keeps breaking into new niches and companies not previously associated with the language. In this track we get to listen to the experiences of users better known for their association with other technologies rather than Erlang.

10-06-2010, Thursday
Erlang and Test-Driven Development, host: Hans Nilsson

Erlang-based test automation has been used in commercial products - not least Erlang/OTP itself - for more than a decade, and research on Erlang and model checking has gone on for almost as long. This track covers test-driven development ranging from hands-on practical industrial experience to the latest news from the research front.

11-06-2010, Friday
Cool Tools and Gadgets, host: Adam Lindberg

The Tools and Gadgets Track explores the latest tools, academic research projects and library applications for the Erlang Developers and Testers.

11-06-2010, Friday
Erlang and the VM, host: Ulf Wiger

Fueled by the new and more open development model for Erlang/OTP, there is increasing activity to extend Erlang into new application areas, new hardware configurations, and new language environments. This track presents some of these extensions, and discusses how to manage the evolution of the language.

11-06-2010, Friday
Give me a break from Erlang, host: Michal Slaski

Perhaps your use of Erlang has made you curious about other functional programming languages? Perhaps you are faced with having to understand and interface with other languages in your work? Or perhaps you just want to learn something new? This track lets you widen your horizons and delve into things non-Erlang.

Erlang User Conference: Call for Talks open until 10 March

The conference will take place on 9-10 June. It will be followed by one day of tutorials on 11 June and 3 days of expert training on 11-13 June. 

We are currently accepting talk submissions for the Erlang User Conference 2014. If you have an interesting project you are working on or would like to share your knowledge, please submit your talk here. The deadline is 10th of March.