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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