Conference: 23-24 March; Training: 20-22 March and 27-30 March, Tutorials: 25 March.
Check out all the videos here.
The EUC 2015 was awesome, like always! This year’s highlights were the news that Erlang will be Apache 2.0 licensed starting the next release and José Valim winning the ‘Erlang User of The Year’ award. If you missed the event, don’t worry! The videos and slides will be up on the website shortly. We also uploaded some photos here.
If you’re already thinking about next year’s Erlang User Conference, mark 15 and 16 September in your calendar right now!
Conference: 26-27 March; Training: 23-25 March and 30 March-1 April
Come meet Actor Model creator Carl Hewitt, Elixir Creator José Valim, Erlang inventors Joe Armstrong, Robert Virding and Mike Williams, Haskell and QuickCheck co-inventor John Hughes, "Seven Languages in Seven weeks" author Bruce Tate, O’Reilly Author Simon Thompson, creator of the Parallella board Andreas Olofsson and many more!
Thank you to all speakers, attendees and organisers for making Chicago Erlang Conference such a great success! It was a pleasure to see you all at this amazing Erlang event!
We have already started publishing slides and the videos are all available in the Speakers section. Follow us on twitter for updates.
The Erlang User Conference brings together the most interesting names representing different branches and technologies related to the Erlang programming language.
The conference programme is now complete. See what Bruce Tate, Katie Miller, John Hughes, Erik Stenman, Kenneth Lundin, Yosuke Hara, Ulf Wiger and many more prepared for you this year.
The Vancouver Erlang Factory Lite will be hosted by the Simon Fraser University. Among the speakers: Seth Falcon- engineering lead at CHEF, Fred Hebert- author of "Learn You Some Erlang for Great Good" and Tom Santero- director of Evangelism at Basho. The programme is now complete, take a look here.
This year we're happy to announce we have over 60 speakers presenting their work in 8 seperate tracks. Join us for 2 days of inspiring talks and two sessions of training.
Erlang Factory SF is the place to be for anyone interested in highly scalable, concurent systems. Join us and find out why!