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Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
Erlang gives you superpowers
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Erlang gives you superpowers

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Whether you are using Erlang-powered applications or writing your own,
Erlang and OTP can give you superpowers. My own discovery of these
powers started when I needed a better XMPP server and led quickly to
designing entire systems with Erlang. I will talk about how you can
get your own superpower, my experiences with using Erlang superpowers
(for good!), and show an example of how Erlang gives my own projects a
competitive advantage.

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  • I want to validate the idea before spending a lot of time on it.

  • Given that it needs to be simple for both Objective-C and Erlang, what is the simplest possible design?





















  • I should probably refactor this so that the commands are handled here instead of low level JSON.





  • There are good reasons for both data stores.
  • The simple solution is to have independent pools or a single global pool.

    A more complex solution would be to have some distributed global pool.
  • The minimum viable product is easy to make. The foreseeable future needs are easy to accommodate. Erlang and OTP get the grunt work out of your way.

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