4.10 (279 reviews)
☑ Erlang programming language
☑ Network communication
☑ Real time communication
☑ Learn to code
Why learn Erlang
Erlang is a distributed parallel process oriented, functional programming language.
In 2018, the popular site StackOverflow rated Erlang as the highest paying programming language in the US, and among the highest in the world.
Many big players like Microsoft, IBM, Ericsson, WhatsApp etc use Erlang for their backend functionality.
This course teaches you:
to install and setup Erlang on a PC and Mac
the language basics like
functions and higher order functions
This course opens up many opportunities to work in a niche market, where your skills will be highly values by employers. There is a huge shortage of Erlang skills, and you can claim the top spot.
Erlang is also a fun language to learn, making it easy to communicate between computers across the internet. It's a great skill to have if you're looking to expand your programming tool belt.
We will build examples at every step and learn by applying the knowledge. We will also build a distributed chat application to exemplify the knowledge we learn.
This course explains step by step what the structures and functionality are for and how to apply them in a real world scenario.
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What will we talk about
Hello from your instructor
How to take this course
Install Erlang on a Mac
Install the IntelliJ IDE on a Mac
Install Erlang on a PC
Install the IntelliJ IDE on a PC
How to get the code
Let's write some code
Hello World explanation
Functions and Recursive Functions
Built In Functions
Higher Order Functions
Registered Process Names
Running the code on a Mac
Running the code on a Windows PC
It gave you the basics at the start. When it got to the more complicated parts, I thought more explanation would have been good. I felt the concurrency part was small. It looked like quite a meaty section that was not looked at in depth. Also, running the code in the latter part of the course produced different results from the video. Overall, if you just want to know the basics for £10, this is fine.
Good introduction to Erlang. Now I am now more eager than before to dive deep into the language and its capabilities. We just need more exercises in each chapter and/or challenges.
This is a great introduction to Erlang. The course wettens my appetite to continue with this interesting programming language.
Für Neulinge in der Entwicklung sicherlich ein passender Kurs, da keinerlei Wissen vorausgesetzt wird. Hat man Erfahrung in der Programmierung und sucht einen Einstieg in Erlang, ist man mit diesem Kurs unterfordert. Konnte man wie ich quasi den Kurs als Sonderangebot erwerben, passt es schon.
I expected to see a little bit more about pattern matching and a 10000ft overview of OTP, but it is a good course and I recommend.
Sou programador Java faz mais de 20 anos e resolvi conhecer o Erlang, o curso conseguiu me dar a noção básica que precisava sobre a linguagem. Foi acima das minhas expectativas.
Didn't feel like my concepts are clear after attending this course. Wasn't here to learn syntax. No focus on concept clearing is there.
The explanation of concept is straight forward. I would love to see a section on OTP application development. Above all, thanks for the clarity.
Modest course for what I believe to be a great topic. The target audience is not clear. Is it for complete beginners to programming itself or for just Erlang. I am not sure setting up brew is a productive lesson for a course, focusing on Erlang, for instance. The material is given without a spark, raw facts without any background. Though I believe you can start exploring on your own freely after completing this course. The final section is pretty good and worth waiting for it, it gives a fine demo of what Erlang is known for. To sum up, very average course, much to be improved, but you can get basic ideas from it
It's a really good course, i love it... Way to go guys way to go...i now learned the basis or erlang am gonna learn more as i continue my research and my goal of becoming the best programmer that ever lived.
Good course, but is seems that lots of explanatory information is omitted. Missing a good introduction about what are the strong and weak points of Erlang. Also the IDE used here can do much more and could make the life of programmer easier. There is space for improvement.
It is a course that, despite being very basic, is very good. The instructor explains the basics of the language with good and clear examples. He worries that you understand only what is necessary without saturating yourself with information. It is a great introduction to get into Erlang.
Very Clear. Kept the content simple and easy to understand. The example programs chosen are awesomely simple and makes the ideas very clear. I am really fascinated.
I liked the course, it is good. This is a beginner's guide as is said on the title of the course. This course talks about the language basic functionality. I liked the end, with the explanation about distributed programming.
Un bon cours pour débuter, mériterait une suite de niveau intermédiaire et quelques chapitres sur OTP. C'est à la fin que cela commence à être intéressant (^-^)/