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Programming Languages on top of the BEAM

Lecture by Manuel Rubio and Robert Virding

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Let the garbage crash

Lecture by Filipe Varjão

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An introduction to the new socket API

Lecture by Raimo Niskanen

Sockets Overview Puzzle-piece Raimo Niskanen Ericsson AB, Erlang/OTP. experimental new socket API since OTP 22 that is thinner, lighter, and faster than the old gen_{tcp,udp,sctp} over inet_drv. It is implemented with NIFs on the Unix networking functions, which gives programmers access to _all_ of the socket functionality in the OS networking stack. Overview of the API, implementation how the new sockets is intended to fit in the rest of Erlang/OTP.

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How the BEAM boots and what can be done about it

Lecture by Peer Stritzinger

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Evolving Erlang with a type system

Lecture by Ilya Klyuchnikov

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Playing with NIFs and Elixir

Lecture by Mikael Karlsson

Playing with Elixir Mikael Karlsson Creado Systems - https://creado.se/. The BEAM meets hard realtime and plays music on Linux. synthesis software in Elixir for realtime use. Some questions asked, and hopefully answered: How good can the Erlang VM meet hard realtime requirements. Can an old time Erlanger learn and appreciate Elixir? Distributed Jamming and Composition with Sonic Pi and Erlangby Sam Aaron and Joe Armstrong

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Don't write NIFs (at least not in C)

Lecture by Sonny Scroggin

Native Safety Performance Sonny Scroggin Bleacher Report / Rusterlium. Most experienced Erlangers will caution against writing NIFs, and for good reason! NIFs are notoriously dangerous. Not only do we have to worry about crashing the BEAM, but we run the risk of degrading the scheduler if we're not careful. But what if writing NIFs were safe? In this talk, Sonny will discuss Rustler, a library which makes it incredibly simple to write safe NIFs in Rust.

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OTP Team update

Lecture by Kenneth Lundin

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Unique resiliency of the Erlang VM, the BEAM and Erlang OTP

Lecture by Irina Guberman

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The Yin and Yang of mutability

Lecture by Péter Gömöri

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Building a IDE, compiler and runtime for a graphical distributed data flow language in Erlang

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Understanding BEAM

Lecture by Boshan Sun

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Off BEAM: Secure software development

Lecture by Bram Verburg

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BEAM-style Execution Tracing for Perl (adventures in dynamic instrumentation)

Lecture by Ben Tyler

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Meta-programming in Erlang: Zotonic's template- and dispatch compilers

Lecture by Marc Worrell

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The Yin and Yang of Mutability

Lecture by Péter Gömöri

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Code BEAM Lite Italy 2019 - slides from the conference

Code BEAM Lite 2019 was on 22 March in Bologna, Italy's food capital! In an encouraging environment, attendees got to grips with key Erlang and Elixir concepts, through eleven carefully selected talks. The conference was a great success, below we share the slides from all the talks.

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Such great heights - Sasa Juric

Article by Saša Jurić

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Useless performance optimisations on the BEAM for fun and... fun?

Lecture by Daniel Szoboszlay

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Pyrlang: Python meets Erlang

Lecture by Johan Sommerfeld

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Eir: Infrastructure for working with BEAM code

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Security versus interoperability

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BEAM + Rust: A match made in heaven

Lecture by Sonny Scroggin

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