Thank you everyone for another great EUC!

 

 

 

Fred Hebert

Keynote: How things are, and how they could be
Author of 'Learn You Some Erlang' and 'Erlang in Anger'

Simon Peyton Jones

Keynote: Into the Core - Squeezing Haskell into Nine Constructors
Haskell Co-Creator, Principal Researcher @ Microsoft

Jane Walerud

Fireside Chat
Serial Entrepreneur, Angel Investor

Mike Williams

Fireside Chat
Erlang Co-Inventor

Eric Meadows-Jönsson

Hex
Elixir Core Team Member

Ben Marx

Illustrated App Development
Lead Engineer & Elixir Expert @ Bleacher Report

Andrea Leopardi

A Completely Unbiased Showcase of Elixir
Elixir Core Team Member

Martin Gausby

Creating a BitTorrent Implementation in Elixir
Founder of the Copenhagen Elixir and Erlang Meet Up

Norberto Ortigoza

Migrating an Invoicing System to Elixir/Erlang
Erlang/Elixir User Group Organizer in Mexico City

Garrett Smith

Fireside Chat
Erlang and Deep Learning
Welcome to the Erlang User Conference!
TensorHub Hacker with Erlang-based X-ray Vision

Kenji Rikitake

Fifteen Ways to Leave Your Random Module
Security Expert & Erlang/OTP Rand Module Co-creator

Jay Nelson

Concurrency Fount: a Pace-Regulated Supply of Newly Spawned Processes
Relentlessly Pursuing Power Patterns of Concurrency

Kenneth Lundin

News from the OTP Team - Roadmap
Manager of the Erlang/OTP Dev Team at Ericsson

Andreas Löscher

Property-Based Testing of Sensor Networks
Tool Developer and Ph.D. Student at Uppsala University

Andy Till

Trace Debugging With Erlyberly
Riak Time Series Database Developer

Steven Acreman

Going Barking Mad with DalmatinerDB
CTO / Founder Dataloop.IO

Peer Stritzinger

A New Experience of Building Wireless Embedded Systems For Everyone
Erlang Embedded and Automotive Expert

Renat Idrisov

Lisp-like DSL for Benchmarking
Cloud Benchmarking Engineer @ MZ

Sargun Dhillon

Container Orchestration and Software Defined Network: A Field Report
Distributed Systems Specialist @ Mesosphere

Paweł Antemijczuk

Erlesy - Visualizing OTP State Machines
QuickCheck Expert at Motorola Solutions

Nicholas Gunder

Erlesy - Visualizing OTP State Machines
Engineering Manager at Tradeshift

Russell Brown

Big(ger) Sets: Making CRDT Sets Scale in Riak
Eventually Consistent CRDTist at Basho

Lukas Larsson

The Future of Tracing
VM Core Committer

Julian Squires

Think Outside the VM: Unobtrusive Performance Measurement
Real-Time Bidding Systems Specialist at AdGear Technologies

Torben Hoffmann

Winning as a Start-Up by Failing Fast
Chief Architect at Basho

Kostis Sagonas

A CutEr Tool
Creator of PropEr, CutEr and ConcuError

Szymon Mentel

Training: Elixir/OTP Bootcamp
Erlang Enthusiast

Lennart Fridén

Welcome to the Erlang User Conference!
Software Craftsman

Csaba Hoch

DevOps' Swiss Army Knife for the BEAM
WombatOAM Specialist @ Erlang Solutions

Viktória Fördős

DevOps' Swiss Army Knife for the BEAM
WombatOAM Tech Lead @ Erlang Solutions

Ludwik Bukowski

MongooseIM - Messaging for Mobile
Junior Developer @ Erlang Solutions

Johan Blom

Erly Marsh - a Model-Based Testing Tool
Developer Interested in Delivering as Intended

Day 1, September 8, 2016

Tap on hour to see the talks

8:00 - 9:00

Registration

9:00 - 9:15

Welcome to the Erlang User Conference!

10:15 - 11:00

Tea and Coffee Break

11:00 - 11:45 -

The Future of Tracing
Lukas Larsson

Intermediate
Proficient
ErlangVM


11:00 - 11:45 -

Creating a BitTorrent Implementation in Elixir
Martin Gausby

Beginners
Intermediate
Elixir


11:50 - 12:35 -

Emulating the Essence of Erlang in RVI
Ulf Wiger

Beginners
Intermediate
Proficient
CaseStudies
Architecture


11:50 - 12:35 -

Delightful UX for Distributed Systems
Mike North

Beginners
Intermediate
CaseStudies
Architecture
Elixir


12:35 - 14:05

Lunch


14:05 - 14:50 -

Property-Based Testing of Sensor Networks
Andreas Löscher

Intermediate
Proficient
CaseStudies
Architecture


15:40 - 16:00

Tea and Coffee Break

17:35 - 18:45

Lightning Talks

18:45 - 22:00

Dinner and ErLounge Party


Day 2, September 9, 2016

Tap on hour to see the talks

9:00 - 9:10

Welcome to the 2nd Day of the EUC!

10:30 - 11:00

Tea and Coffee Break

11:00 - 11:45 -

A CutEr Tool
Kostis Sagonas

Intermediate
CoolTools


11:00 - 11:45 -

Hex
Eric Meadows-Jönsson

CoolTools
Elixir


11:00 - 11:45 -

Container Orchestration and Software Defined Network: A Field Report
Sargun Dhillon

Beginners
Intermediate
Proficient
Scalability
Multicore

12:35 - 14:05

Lunch

14:05 - 14:50 -

Big(ger) Sets: Making CRDT Sets Scale in Riak
Russell Brown

Beginners
Intermediate
CoolTools


14:05 - 14:50 -

Illustrated App Development
Ben Marx

Beginners
Intermediate
Elixir
CaseStudies
Architecture


15:40 - 16:00

Tea and Coffee Break

17:35 - 17:45

Announcement of the Erlang User of the Year 2016

17:45 - 18:45

Closing Notes and Farewell Drinks


Conference venue

The Erlang User Conference 2016 will be held in the exciting, spacious building of the Münchenbryggeriet. This old building has been a characteristic part of the Stockholm skyline for over 100 years and until 1971 was used as a brewery. Since then, however, the venue has undergone fantastic refits and has seen the building transformed from the historic industrial space of the past into the bright and modern conferencing venue that you see today – marrying the old and the new to create a truly unique experience.

Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2 
118 25 Stockholm, Sweden

The nearest metro is Mariatorget T-bana, exit Torkel Knutssonsgatan

The address for arriving by taxi is: Söder Mälarstrand 29, 118 25 Stockholm.

A downloadable map is available here.

 


Tutorial Venue

The tutorials will be held at Ericsson in Kista.

Ericsson

Address: Torshamnsgatan 21(coordinates: N 59 24.277 E 017 57.313)

Stockholm, Sweden

Torshamnsgatan 21,
coordinates: N 59 24.277 E 017 57.31

Kista T-bana‎:

The walking directions from Kista T-bana to the venue are here.

Helenelund:

The walking directions from Helenelund train station to the venue are here.


The courses will be held at:

Erlang Solutions AB
Saltmätargatan 5
113 59
Stockholm

The nearest metro is Rådmansgatan 


Getting to Stockholm

There are four airports within range of Stockholm. 

Arlanda is the main airport, the major airlines fly there. You can get from Arlanda to Stockholm Central Railway station by:

  • Arlanda Express. Leaves every 15 minutes, takes about 25 minutes, costs 280 SEK for a one-way ticket, 540 SEK for a return one. Comfortable but expensive.
  • Flygbuss. Leaves every 10 or 15 minutes, takes about 45 minutes, costs 99 SEK one-way or 198 return.
  • Taxi. Won't save you any time, but it will cost more. The taxi company "Taxi Stockholm" has fixed prices to and from the airport, but make sure you ask for "fixed price". The fixed price for Arlanda to Stockholm City is 520 SEK + surcharges.

Bromma Airport is used mainly for domestic flights. There's a Flygbuss (20 minutes, 75 SEK one-way) and also normal public transport, e.g. you can take bus 152 to the station.

Skavsta and Västerås are two "budget" airports. Take the Flygbuss to town, it's the only sensible option, it costs 139 SEK one-way. They leave whenever a flight arrives.


Public Transport in Stockholm

Stockholm is not a good place to get around by car. 

Public transport is excellent, though not cheap. There's a great webpage with timetables, maps and information. 

You might also check the Tourist Information. (Tip: the dots above the letters in station names such as Älvsjö are crucial).

Lightning Talks

Like every year, this is your chance to shine for 5 minutes at the ErLounge in the evening of 8 September! Share with the audience your latest project, an interesting topic (preferably tech-related), get feedback on a problem you're working on, or, why not, do a stand-up routine :)

Submit your Lightning talk HERE.

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