In this episode I talk with Brujo Benavides. We talk his history with Erlang, work with Inaka, community growth of Erlang, Erlang tooling, and importance of running Dialyzer on your codebase, and more.
Our Guest, Brujo Benavides
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Coming from Visual Basic and .NET into Functional Programming
How Brujo got into first Haskell and then Erlang
Getting into the mindset of processes and concurrency
Fortune of first working in Erlang for a Voice Over IP telephony app
Being the sole Erlang developer at Inaka
Chad DePue and Erlang Inside
Benefit of enhancing a existing codebase and having something to compare against
How Inaka ramps up a new Erlang developer
What the adoption of Erlang from clients looks like
Getting developers at clients up to speed in Erlang
View of community growth of Erlang over past five years
Brujo and Inaka’s work on tooling
Hound CI for Ruby
Style Guides for Erlang
Hackage in Haskell
Reconciling usage of build tools for Erlang
Importance of using Dialyzer on Erlang projects
Getting started with Dialyzer
Erlang Factory San Fransisco
Importance of understandable clear code for your projects
Erlang Solutions new website
As always, a giant Thank You goes to David Belcher for the logo design.
2 replies on “Functional Geekery Episode 43 – Brujo Benavides”
Just checking in. Some tiny details:
– I’m in no way related to @lambda_cat, although I like it 😛
– The style guides for erlang I was mentioning where (besides Elvis rules) these ones: http://github.com/inaka/erlang_guidelines
– And one last link to find all my links: http://about.me/elbrujohalcon
Fixed. Thanks for the updates to the show notes!!!