February 9, 2013 / Washington, DCWatch videos from the talks
An Epic One-Day Erlang Conference in Washington, DC
To be able to attend the tutorial, you must have Erlang working alongside your favorite editor. You can download binary snapshots for most OSes here:
If you prefer to compile from source, you can download it here:
It would be beneficial if you can get the Erlang mode running on your favorite editor. The most commonly used editors include Eclipse, emacs and vim, but you will find an Erlang support in most environments. To install Emacs, find the appropriate manu al page in the Erlang documentation. VIM should work out of the box. Eclipse users need the ErlIDE plugin.
If you have time to dabble with Erlang, a great site with simple tutorials is http://www.tryerlang.org
If you do not have one of the Erlang books, online resources where you can read more about Erlang include: