Comments on: Introduction to the Open Telecom Platform http://spawnlink.com/articles/introduction-to-the-open-telecom-platform/ Linking You to Erlang Sun, 22 May 2011 00:00:35 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.6.1 By: Choon Beng http://spawnlink.com/articles/introduction-to-the-open-telecom-platform/#comment-8944 Choon Beng Tue, 23 Jun 2009 02:52:42 +0000 http://spawnlink.com/?p=24#comment-8944 Hi I am new to erlang and trying to do failover of naming services on different nodes. Could someone enlighten me thanks alot Hi I am new to erlang and trying to do failover of naming services on different nodes. Could someone enlighten me thanks alot

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By: gen_event trickery « OpenCSM Blog http://spawnlink.com/articles/introduction-to-the-open-telecom-platform/#comment-6329 gen_event trickery « OpenCSM Blog Thu, 23 Apr 2009 04:07:17 +0000 http://spawnlink.com/?p=24#comment-6329 [...] in 2 modules (actually 3) based on gen_event, the cpxlog stuff and the cdr stuff. gen_event is the OTP module that everyone seems to find hard to use for anything other than logging, but it’s got [...] [...] in 2 modules (actually 3) based on gen_event, the cpxlog stuff and the cdr stuff. gen_event is the OTP module that everyone seems to find hard to use for anything other than logging, but it’s got [...]

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By: Very Nice OTP Examples/Tutorial | Lookery Blog http://spawnlink.com/articles/introduction-to-the-open-telecom-platform/#comment-2331 Very Nice OTP Examples/Tutorial | Lookery Blog Tue, 17 Feb 2009 20:43:41 +0000 http://spawnlink.com/?p=24#comment-2331 [...] http://spawnlink.com/articles/introduction-to-the-open-telecom-platform/ [...] [...] http://spawnlink.com/articles/introduction-to-the-open-telecom-platform/ [...]

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By: An Introduction to gen_server: “ErlyBank” | spawn_link http://spawnlink.com/articles/introduction-to-the-open-telecom-platform/#comment-29 An Introduction to gen_server: “ErlyBank” | spawn_link Sat, 06 Sep 2008 16:06:08 +0000 http://spawnlink.com/?p=24#comment-29 [...] later, they are tagged with a unique tag to the series: otp introduction. As promised in my initial introduction to OTP, we will be making a server to handle the fake bank accounts of people at “ErlyBank” [...] [...] later, they are tagged with a unique tag to the series: otp introduction. As promised in my initial introduction to OTP, we will be making a server to handle the fake bank accounts of people at “ErlyBank” [...]

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By: grantmichaels http://spawnlink.com/articles/introduction-to-the-open-telecom-platform/#comment-28 grantmichaels Sat, 06 Sep 2008 14:49:01 +0000 http://spawnlink.com/?p=24#comment-28 i've been following your recent posts re: erlang all week, and while i wasn't sure after reading the first how useful they were going to be, the 2nd and 3rd prove otherwise ... i look forward to following along and you've definitely got a new subscriber ... gm i’ve been following your recent posts re: erlang all week, and while i wasn’t sure after reading the first how useful they were going to be, the 2nd and 3rd prove otherwise … i look forward to following along and you’ve definitely got a new subscriber …

gm

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By: Introduction to the Open Telecom Platform | spawn_link :: Ulises’ random assortments http://spawnlink.com/articles/introduction-to-the-open-telecom-platform/#comment-27 Introduction to the Open Telecom Platform | spawn_link :: Ulises’ random assortments Sat, 06 Sep 2008 09:05:20 +0000 http://spawnlink.com/?p=24#comment-27 [...] the introduction to a new series of Erlang/OTP articles for the beginner, Mitchell introduces some basic concepts [...] [...] the introduction to a new series of Erlang/OTP articles for the beginner, Mitchell introduces some basic concepts [...]

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By: Mitchell http://spawnlink.com/articles/introduction-to-the-open-telecom-platform/#comment-26 Mitchell Sat, 06 Sep 2008 05:38:38 +0000 http://spawnlink.com/?p=24#comment-26 Thank you Scott and thank you Jay. The comments I receive are really what keep me going and I'm glad to know that there are people out there interested in what I'm doing :) More are definitely along the way! Thanks again for the support. Btw, Jay, since at work I also use a lot of Ruby, I'd just like to say that I love adhearsion :P Although I've never been able to use it in practice, its a great piece of software and the syntax is awesome! Thank you Scott and thank you Jay.

The comments I receive are really what keep me going and I’m glad to know that there are people out there interested in what I’m doing :) More are definitely along the way! Thanks again for the support.

Btw, Jay, since at work I also use a lot of Ruby, I’d just like to say that I love adhearsion :P Although I’ve never been able to use it in practice, its a great piece of software and the syntax is awesome!

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By: Jay Phillips http://spawnlink.com/articles/introduction-to-the-open-telecom-platform/#comment-25 Jay Phillips Sat, 06 Sep 2008 05:35:00 +0000 http://spawnlink.com/?p=24#comment-25 I usually don't take time to comment on blogs but I will this time. Keep up the good blog posts! There are definitely too few Erlang bloggers and what you've done already is a great start. I'm especially looking forward to your more advanced blog posts which go into depth about practices and patterns you've gleaned from working with Erlang. :) I usually don’t take time to comment on blogs but I will this time. Keep up the good blog posts! There are definitely too few Erlang bloggers and what you’ve done already is a great start. I’m especially looking forward to your more advanced blog posts which go into depth about practices and patterns you’ve gleaned from working with Erlang. :)

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By: scott http://spawnlink.com/articles/introduction-to-the-open-telecom-platform/#comment-23 scott Fri, 05 Sep 2008 18:34:11 +0000 http://spawnlink.com/?p=24#comment-23 Hi Mitchell. Thank you for taking the time to write about Erlang. As a beginner, I really appreciate your efforts and I'm eagerly awaiting your future posts about Erlang/OTP. Cheers, Scott Hi Mitchell.

Thank you for taking the time to write about Erlang. As a beginner, I really appreciate your efforts and I’m eagerly awaiting your future posts about Erlang/OTP.

Cheers,

Scott

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