Erlang madness

A bevy of Erlang links has been appearing on my radar screen. In part this is probably because I've become moderately addicted to Reddit, which is Erlang Cheerleading Central these days, but I'm also just plain interested in Erlang.

Dijkstra discusses CS education but I really disagree with him. He ignores the role of software engineering, as best I can tell. Not relevant to Erlang, you say? Oh yeah? Read some Herb Sutter on concurrency and tell me that again!

armstrong on software writes about transaction memories.

This forth by python-user Wheel of Ezekiel on ruby-user's taw's first impressions of Erlang is kinda funny. (It would be a back-and-forth if taw responded ;.)

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