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Erlang is a programming language designed at the Ericsson Computer Science Laboratory. Ericsson released the entire source code of the Erlang system including extensive libraries of code for building robust fault-tolerant distributed applications.
Open Server Platform (OSP) is a system to abstract away all the boilerplate code from developing scalable server daemons designed to run on multiple machines. It allows developers to just focus on writing the server logic in a XML file using Erlang syntax which then gets run by OSP on a number of machines, replicating state between them.
FANG is a new programming language to both learn more about language development and to create a useful language that has a clean Scheme/Lisp like syntax, and nice features from a number of other languages without the cruft.
Fancy is a dynamic, object-oriented programming language heavily inspired by Smalltalk, Ruby and Erlang. It supports dynamic code evaluation (as in Ruby & Smalltalk), class-based mixins, (simple) pattern matching, runtime introspection & reflection, "monkey patching" and much more. ... [More]
Jonathan Hawkes is a software developer who writes the occasional programming related article at http://devblog.techhead.biz. This project is for housing the example code and other small projects.
The Haskell Notebook (another Haskell Cookbook) contains some common and not so common Haskell programming idioms that are contained in a collection of working/compilable examples. There is also a collection of source code from other functional programming languages including Lisp and Erlang. This ... [More]
plists is a drop-in replacement for the Erlang module lists, making most list operations parallel. It can operate on each element in parallel, for IO-bound operations, on sublists in parallel, for taking advantage of multi-core machines with CPU-bound operations, and across erlang nodes, for ... [More]
I've been programming since 1978 and I'm constantly finding that I'm reusing my small parts of my code base or porting them from one language to another. I hope to keep this collection of utility code here others to use.
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