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Erlang: The Complete Beginner’s Guide

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Why learn Erlang

Erlang is a distributed parallel process oriented, functional programming language.

In 2018, the popular site StackOverflow rated Erlang as the highest paying programming language in the US, and among the highest in the world.

Many big players like Microsoft, IBM, Ericsson, WhatsApp etc use Erlang for their backend functionality.

This course teaches you:

to install and setup Erlang on a PC and Mac

the language basics like

functions

data types

lists

etc

control structures

functions and higher order functions

concurrent processing

This course opens up many opportunities to work in a niche market, where your skills will be highly values by employers. There is a huge shortage of Erlang skills, and you can claim the top spot.

Erlang is also a fun language to learn, making it easy to communicate between computers across the internet. It’s a great skill to have if you’re looking to expand your programming tool belt.

We will build examples at every step and learn by applying the knowledge. We will also build a distributed chat application to exemplify the knowledge we learn.

This course explains step by step what the structures and functionality are for and how to apply them in a real world scenario.

Instructor Details

I am an avid learner and teaching enthusiast. I love creating content and courses that enrich people's lives and help them have a better experience, both personally and professionally. I am an expert mobile application developer with over 10 years development experience. I enjoy making courses related to software development and mobile apps, and want to share the knowledge I have acquired. I create courses based on my professional experience. I hope to teach people skills that help them in their careers, allow them to acquire new skills and improve their personal relationships.

Specification: Erlang: The Complete Beginner’s Guide

Duration

3.5 hours

Year

2021

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

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  1. Mani Pavan

    good

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  2. Hunton Bowland

    It would be better if it didn’t interrupt me to ask for an out of five stars rating.

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  3. Mart n Anzures Galv n

    It is a course that, despite being very basic, is very good. The instructor explains the basics of the language with good and clear examples. He worries that you understand only what is necessary without saturating yourself with information. It is a great introduction to get into Erlang.

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  4. Vasileios Katz

    Good course, but is seems that lots of explanatory information is omitted. Missing a good introduction about what are the strong and weak points of Erlang. Also the IDE used here can do much more and could make the life of programmer easier. There is space for improvement.

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  5. Micheal Loowe

    It’s a really good course, i love it… Way to go guys way to go…i now learned the basis or erlang am gonna learn more as i continue my research and my goal of becoming the best programmer that ever lived.

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  6. Samuel Jeffress

    Good solid intro course

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  7. Lukman

    The explanation of concept is straight forward. I would love to see a section on OTP application development. Above all, thanks for the clarity.

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  8. Cleo Cooke

    This has set a good foundation for understanding Erlang.

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  9. Kai Janson

    Good course!

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  10. Ziaul J Huq

    The last part about distributed computing is perfect.

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  11. Koushik Hembram

    Font is too small.

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  12. Gautam Agrawal

    Didn’t feel like my concepts are clear after attending this course. Wasn’t here to learn syntax. No focus on concept clearing is there.

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  13. Laurent Morel

    Bonne introduction aux concepts de base de Erlang.

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  14. Kaoe Coito

    Sou programador Java faz mais de 20 anos e resolvi conhecer o Erlang, o curso conseguiu me dar a no o b sica que precisava sobre a linguagem. Foi acima das minhas expectativas.

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  15. Mark Taylor

    Very good introduction to Erlang.

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  16. Harshwardhan Shirodkar

    Recommend this course for anyone looking to start with Erlang. The explanations are to intuitive and precise.

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  17. Sameer Veer

    Good no nonsense introductory course! Enough to orient students so they may go explore other (deeper) material in the Erlang functional programming world : )

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