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Presentation: "A Peek Inside Erlang's OTP"

Time: Tuesday 16:05 - 16:55 / Location: Astor Ballroom

Erlang's OTP is the foundation supporting the design, implementation, and deployment of Erlang-based systems. OTP provides tools, libraries, and a set of elegant design principles embodied in generic behaviors, which are frameworks providing common domain-independent services to Erlang-based applications. In this talk, Steve takes you on a tour of the inner workings of OTP, explains its fundamental principles along the way, and shows how you can use OTP behaviors and tools in your own applications. Attendees need not have any prior knowledge of Erlang or OTP.

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Steve Vinoski, Co-Author of "Designing for Scalability with Erlang/OTP"

Steve Vinoski

Biography: Steve Vinoski

Steve Vinoski is a software engineer at Arista Networks in Nashua, NH, USA. He is a senior member of the IEEE and a member of the ACM.
He's worked on distributed systems and middleware systems for nearly 30 years, including distributed object systems, service-oriented systems, and RESTful web services. His interest in software quality and development productivity led Steve to start exploring and using Erlang in 2006, and he's used it as as his primary development language ever since.

Twitter: @stevevinoski