||All Erlang developers, researchers,
users, programmers, and interested persons are hereby
cordially invited to the 12th International
Erlang User Conference, EUC.
|Conference Program on Thursday November 9|
|09.00||Betting on Functional Programming and Winning.|
|09.30||Horde Leader, a Framework to Build Cluster Aware
Erlang Web Administration Console.|
Jérôme Sautret and Mickaël Rémond.
|10.00||Experiences from Using Erlang for Autonomous Robots.|
Vincenzo Nicosia and Corrado Santoro.
|11.00||Vixo.com - A Case Study in Developing a Web/SMS
Start-up in Erlang.|
|11.30||CEAN, a Comprehensive Erlang Archive Network,
or How to Make any Erlang Software Deployment a Child’s Play.|
Christophe Romain and Mickaël Rémond.
|12.00||Testing a Media Proxy with Quviq QuickCheck.|
John Hughes and Thomas Arts.
|14.00||Refactoring Erlang Programs.|
Zoltan Horvath, Huiqing Li and Simon Thompson.
|14.25||Comparing C++ and Erlang for Motorola Telecoms Software.|
Phil Trinder, Henry Nyström and David King.
|14.50||Using GNU Autoconf to Configure Erlang Programs.|
|15.15||Configuration Aware Distributed System Design in Erlang.|
Gabor Batori, Zoltan Theisz and Domonkos Asztalos.
|16.00||Eliminating overlapping of Pattern Matching when
Verifying Erlang Programs in muCRL.|
Qiang Guo and John Derrick.
|16.25||ErlHive - Safe Erlang Reloaded!|
|16.50||Erlang Message Receive Fundamentals|
Jay Nelson (to be presented by Ulf Wiger).
|17.10||Current Erlang/OTP Developments.|
|17.30||Close and Transfer to an ErLounge.|
There might be changes to the program.
|Seminar Program on Friday November 10
|These run in parallel from 09.00 until about 12.00.|
- How to Use Quviq QuickCheck.
- How to Use Erlang to Make Money.
- Language Issues.
There is no conference fee. Maps showing the way to the EUC can be found
Älvsjö offers rebate rates from November 8 to
November 10 for EUC participants. Don't
forget to mention "Erlang".
Hints of how to get to and around Stockholm.
Participants list can be found here.
Registration is now closed. Enquiries can be sent to
Obfuscated Erlang Competition
This competition will be held in conjunction with
the EUC. The goal is to write the most obfuscated
Erlang program, providing a safe forum for poor coding practices and
programming styles. Through this competition, we hope to illustrate
some of the subtleties of Erlang and how they can best be used and abused.
More information about this competition can be found