Thoughts on Erlang stellar potential while comparing to FSharp and Google Go or even Java
This is an awesome langiage for concurrency, message queueing, and even database potential. It also mission critical as well but would be top contender for within a Linux or UNIX environment.
I want option integrate with .NET
http://blog.aumcode.com/2013/10/nfx-native-interoperability-of-net-with.html <– no library released yet even up until a couple of weeks ago but has potential
https://github.com/saleyn/otp.net <- Could use this for now but swtiching to NFX could be a pain once the code is written
Note statement: [This is preliminary documentation and is subject to change.]
Note in conclusion: Erlang best for fault tolerance, Java fastest but hard to implement and maintain, F# scales better than Erlang at 4 cores
For 2008 a comment of:
In short I’m not trying to pretend that F# concurrency story is anywhere near as good as Erlang’s, but I feel its asynchronous workflows are a small step in the right direction.
It is now late 2014 but let’s see what potential of F# brings moving forward
UPDATES: (not mentioned in summary video)
http://codeswamp.com/ <— Potentially best site for info on integrating Erlang and .NET
https://github.com/saleyn/otp.net <– potential .net with Erlang integration
https://github.com/takayuki/Erlang.NET <–unmentioned library for .NET with Erlang but not updated in 5 years
My summary video:
An old movie shows use case with a PBX minus the Monty Python cheese factor
A presentation we did with Phil Trefold for finance with F#:NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!