Erlang Is Worth a Look
Unix Review tells us about
"Although Erlang's name-recognition is low among U.S. programmers ("Erlang? Isn't that one of the new Winter Olypmics events?"), its accomplishments are plenty serious. First implemented in 1986 by an engineer at Ericsson Enterprise, Erlang is the language in which many production telecommunications and other mission-critical applications are written. Its use on general-purpose "personal computers" and servers is also growing."
(Submitted by Noel Wed Mar 20, 2002 )
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