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Joe Armstrong


Died
April 20, 2019


Average rating: 4.02 · 790 ratings · 49 reviews · 22 distinct worksSimilar authors
Programming Erlang

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Concurrent Programming ERLANG

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Making reliable distributed...

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Never Ask Why: The Life Adv...

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Men's Health: The Commonsen...

it was ok 2.00 avg rating — 1 rating — published 1999 — 2 editions
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Vegan Diet for Athletes and...

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From Special Care to Specia...

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Three Layer Cake

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“The best thing to do is create a lagom number of processes. Erlang comes from Sweden, and the word lagom loosely translated means “not too few, not too many, just about right.” Some say that this summarizes the Swedish character.”
Joe Armstrong, Programming Erlang: Software for a Concurrent World

“Being a young programmer today must be awful—you can choose 20 different programming languages, dozens of framework and operating systemsand you’re paralyzed by choice. There was no paralysis of choice then. You just start doing it because the decision as to which language and things is just made—there’s no thinking about what you should do, you just go and do it.”
Joe Armstrong

“Being a young programmer today must be awful—you can choose 20 different programming languages, dozens of framework and operating systems and you’re paralyzed by choice. There was no paralysis of choice then. You just start doing it because the decision as to which language and things is just made—there’s no thinking about what you should do, you just go and do it.”
Joe Armstrong