The 14th International Erlang/OTP User
Conference, EUC, will take place as previous years
in Ericsson's conference centre in Älvsjö, Stockholm.
Please see directions
||Update on the EU project ProTest.
Thomas Arts, Quviq, Göteborg,
Francesco Cesarini, Erlang Training & Consulting, London, and
Simon Thompson, University of Kent.
||Progress of the RefactorErl Project.
Zoltán Horváth, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary.
||Formal Specifications for Free!
John Hughes, Quviq, Göteborg.
||The Erlang Web - an Open Source Fault Tolerant and
Scalable Web Framework.
Michal Slaski, Erlang Training & Consulting, London.
||Ad Serving with Erlang.
Bob Ippolito, Mochi Media, San Francisco.
Garry Bulmer, Coventry.
||Gradual Typing of Erlang Programs.
Kostis Sagonas, University of Uppsala.
||Testing a SIP decoder with QuickCheck.
Hans Nilsson, Ericsson.
||An ABNF (Augmented Backus-Naur Form) Parser Generator for Erlang.
Anders Nygren, Telexpertise de Mexico.
||ErlIDE - The Erlang Eclipse Plugin.
Jacob Cederlund, Ericsson, and
Vlad Dumitrescu, HiQ, Stockholm.
||LFE (Lisp Flavoured Erlang).
Robert Virding, Stockholm.
||Erlang/OTP News (plus Inside the Erlang VM, focusing on SMP).
Kenneth Lundin, Ericsson.
||Close followed by bus transport to the ErLounge.|
The conference is already fully booked. (The seating capacity
of the lecture hall is limited to 134 participants.)
However, to register to get onto the waiting list, please send a mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org stating name,
affiliation (company, university...), town and country. State also
whether you would like to take part in the kindly sponsored
conference dinner (ErLounge) in the evening following the EUC.
There is no conference fee.
offers rebate rates from November 12 to November 14 for EUC participants.
Don't forget to mention "Erlang".
Some hints from
EUC 2006 for visitors to Stockholm.
A sight-seeing stroll around Stockholm in the evening before the EUC
will be organised as in previous years. Those interested will meet in
the center of the large hall of Stockholm Central Station at 18.00.
(Note that we will wait only 10 minutes for late comers.)
All submissions and questions can be directed to
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