Erlang/OTP is not only powerful but also easy to learn and use. There is no course schedule, but we (the Erlang/OTP group at Ericsson) can arrange a limited number of courses per year on request (for Ericsson employees only).
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We offer a number of courses designed for Erlang/OTP users. All courses are continuously updated in order to ensure good quality and meet the demands of our customers.
Basic Course Flow
The basic course flow consists of three four-day courses, mixing theory with a lot of hands-on exercises.
The Basic Erlang course (LZU 102 647) is necessary for anyone who will be using Erlang/OTP. It covers the fundamentals of Erlang: How to run Erlang, how to write code and how to structure programs.
The Continued Erlang course (LZU 102 648) continues where Basic Erlang leaves off. It covers the more advanced features of Erlang such as distributed programming and communication with the environment. It also gives an introduction to some tools and libraries and discusses how to write robust, efficient Erlang programs.
The OTP Programming course (LZU 102 649) gives an introduction to the Open Telecom Platform. It focuses on using OTP design patterns (behaviours) when implementing an OTP application. This course offers a lot of advanced programming.
The Literacy course gives an overview of the Erlang programming language and an introduction to selected topics of the Open Telecom Platform. This course is suitable for all who verify, test and operate applications written in Erlang/OTP. Observe that this is a five day course. It is strongly recommended that you have knowledge in programming and algorithms.
Want to know more about Erlang immediately? Take a look at the on-line crash course.
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