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Four years of Erlang blogging!


Hello! September 2013 has come and here I am once more to give you some information about another year of Erlang blogging šŸ˜€

Would you like to know something more about what I posted in this blog during 2013? Are you sure? Well, just keep on reading!

I can’t recall every single post I wrote this year, so I have to ad libĀ during this summary.

Since I noticed that you readers appreciate my interviews to famousĀ Erlangers I kept on writing this kind of posts. I think nobody will be offended if I say that two of my favourite interviews this year were the one to Kenji Rikitake and the one to Steve Vinoski. I obviously want to thank all the others Erlangers that accepted my request for an interview and I hope that you had the chance to read at least some of their inspiring ideas and thoughts!

As promised during 2012 I tried to transform this blog into aĀ space where Erlangers can get useful information about Erlang projects, events and books. In this sense I had the opportunity to write my impressions about the bookLearn You Some Erlang(thanksĀ No Starch Press) andĀ my thoughts about “Erlang by example with Cesarini and Thompson” (thanks to O’Reilly).

I also promoted Erlang Conferences all around the world and I hope that many of you attended the Ā EUC2013 or the recent Erlang CampĀ in Amsterdam (or the one that will be held soon in Nashville!).

Some posts were as usually Ā more technical, in this sense I enjoyed very much writing the one about TDD and kata, the one about the cost in terms of time you have in your supervisor when spawning multiple gen_servers. I also liked sharing with you the most interesting Erlang articles I read online latelyĀ in my recent post.

That all! As always I want to thank all you guys for your support and patience. Hope you will keep on following my blog during these last months of 2013 and during 2014! Have a nice Erlang year!

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