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Yurii Rashkovskii
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Yurii Rashkovskii has been using Erlang on and off since 2001 for commercial and open source projects, always returning to it from his endeavors with other platforms. Among other things, his open source Erlang work includes agner, beam.js, erlzmq2, and epitest. Yurii resides in Vancouver, British Columbia (Canada).

Twitter: @yrashk

Yurii Rashkovskii is Giving the Following Talks
Building Web Applications in the Erlang Era

It comes without saying that web is not static, in many ways. It evolves at a rapid pace and poses new challenges to the web developers community regularly. So how do we deal with this? By relentless experimenting and constantly being at the bleeding edge.

This talk will cover bleeding edge techniques for building web apps in Erlang. "Thick" clients, Socket.IO magic, session-oriented development, redundant/fault-tolerant session management & other new developments in the Erlang ecosphere.

Audience: passionate web developers looking for better ways to create their applications.

Talk Objective: to give a perspective on what's currently available to Erlang developers and what's cooking and will be available tomorrow.

You can find Yurii's slides here.