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ericmoritz · 2013-01-04 · Original thread
"OTP in Action" is an excellent book for learning OTP.

The following reading will take you a long way with Erlang:

Learn you some Erlang http://learnyousomeerlang.com/

OTP In Action http://www.amazon.com/Erlang-OTP-Action-Martin-Logan/dp/1933...

On Erlang, State and Crashes http://jlouisramblings.blogspot.com/2010/11/on-erlang-state-...

"Making reliable distributed systems in the presence of software errors" http://www.erlang.org/download/armstrong_thesis_2003.pdf

The last two links are "Erlang propaganda" describing the hows and whys of Erlang.

andymoe · 2011-08-18 · Original thread
If you are considering writing any kind of fault tolerant distributed systems or frankly any client server system (In any language) I highly recommend reading the book "Erlang and OTP in Action." [1] It's a reasonably short read and will make you think through what needs to happen to build a robust system and get you to really understand and internalize the stuff that is talked about in this article in much greater detail.

The only downside is you might start to feel a bit dirty the next time you try to build anything with node.js, eventmachine, twisted or any of the other evented systems that are popular today.

[1] http://www.amazon.com/Erlang-OTP-Action-Martin-Logan/dp/1933...

grinnbearit · 2010-12-25 · Original thread
I'm currently reading this Erlang and OTP in action http://www.amazon.com/Erlang-OTP-Action-Martin-Logan/dp/1933... and its pretty good so far, gets into the meat of Erlang quickly.

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