Getting Started with Erlang
Publisher: Erlang.org 2004
Number of pages: 58
This is a 'kick start' tutorial to get you started with Erlang. Everything here is true, but only part of the truth. I also assume that this isn't the first time you have touched a computer and you have a basic idea about how they are programmed.
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by Frederic Trottier-Hebert - LearnYouSomeErlang.com
This book wants itself to be a way to learn Erlang for people who have basic knowledge of programming in imperative languages (C/C++, Java, Python, Ruby) and may or may not know functional programming (Haskell, Scala, Erlang, Clojure, OCaml).
by J. David Eisenberg - O'Reilly Media
In this book, you will find descriptions of programs that you can compose (write) in Erlang.The programs will usually be short, and each one has been designed to provide practice material for a particular Erlang programming concept.
by Fred Hebert - erlang-in-anger.com
This book intends to be a little guide about how to be the Erlang medic in a time of war. It is first and foremost a collection of tips and tricks to help understand where failures come from, and a dictionary of different code snippets and practices.
by Robert Virding, Claes Wikstrom, Mike Williams - Prentice Hall PTR
A tutorial of Erlang, a concurrent, functional programming language. The emphasis of this book is on learning through example and a number of well known problems in designing and programming concurrent fault-tolerant real-time systems.