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Tag Archives: Erlang

Let it crash

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“Let it crash” is a watchword in the Erlang world that has a pretty specific meaning in that context, but can be seriously misapplied if taken out of context. In the erlang world, a “crash” is the termination of an actor in it’s specific context. In a well designed actor system, the actors have very specific jobs and if they ...

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Erlang for Java Developers

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You probably haven’t noticed, but it’s a couple of weeks since I last posted a blog. There is reason for this is that I’ve ruptured my Soleus and my leg is in a plaster cast. Being immobile I thought that it would be a good idea to investigate something totally different – it was either that or watch day time ...

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Erlang vs Java memory architecture

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I read a really, really interesting article on memory management strategies for the Erlang VM. It was written as a thesis by Jesper Wilhelmsson I thought it might be nice to discuss the differences between Erlang‘s memory setup and Oracle’s Java VM. As a real short introduction for those who have never heard of Erlang; it is a functional language ...

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