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Michal Slaski
Senior Erlang consultant and software architect
Erlang Solutions Ltd

A Senior Software Consultant at Erlang Solutions, Michal Slaski started programming in Erlang on the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland, when working on his Masters prototyping massively multiplayer online games. After graduating, he joined Erlang Solutions on key projects around the world. He is currently heading Erlang Solutions's new Krakow office in Poland, keeping the Erlang flag up high.

Michal Slaski is Giving the Following Talks
The Erlang Web

Michal Slaski will be presenting the Erlang Web. The Erlang Web is an open source framework for the rapid prototyping and development of applications based on HTTP protocols, giving the developer better control of content management separating data, html generation and glue and logic.  While some Erlang frameworks are focused on getting started quickly, the Erlang Webtries instead to be complete. During the talk Michal will discuss concepts implemented in the framework, show results of stress tests and present a short demo. Emphasis will be made on the latest features and additions to the framework.

Sites developed using the Erlang Web framework include:
Michal Slaski is Teaching the Following Courses

Target Audience: Software Developers
Prerequisites: Good programming skills in another language
• Understanding of the basics of Erlang.
• Read/Write/Design Erlang Programs.
• Good knowledge of the development environment and tools.
• Provides basics needed to attend the Advanced Erlang/OTP course
Goal: Attend the Advanced Erlang/OTP course and eventually pass the Erlang certification exam.
Duration: Three days.
Registration: 08:30 on 27th April 2009 at the Sheraton Palo Alto.
Description: The course contains all the Erlang basics such as sequential and concurrent programming, along side error handling. The Erlang development environment is presented, with a special emphasis on the Erlang mode for Emacs alongside the major debugging tools. Good and bad programming practices are discussed, as are tools used to profile the system. OTP design principles and concepts are sneaked into the material as well as the exercises.

Michal Slaski is Host to the Following Tracks

As web services become ever more sophisticated and stateful and websockets and HTML5 a reality, we see a growing demand for back-end technologies enabling uninterrupted service, quick response time and complex logic. In response to this, a number of Erlang-based web frameworks and exciting Erlang-based web applications have seen the light. In this track, we take a closer look at some of them.