Master Erlang Programming in Just 4 Hours
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Master Erlang Programming in Just 4 Hours

A Complete Course on Erlang Programming for Beginners and Professionals both, Understand all the concepts in just 4 Hrs
3.2 (23 ratings)
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275 students enrolled
Created by Edionik Solutions
Last updated 2/2019
English
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This course includes
  • 4 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • This course will give you enough understanding on this programming language and also help you in building scalable soft real time systems that will have requirements on higher availability.
Course content
Expand 58 lectures 04:09:23
+ Introduction
58 lectures 04:09:23
Erlang Shell
03:57
Data types in Erlang
09:02
Variables in Erlang
05:20
Operators in Erlang
04:56
Hands-on for Arithmetic Operators
02:38
Hands-on for Relational Operators
01:51
Hands-on for Logical Operators
02:06
Loops in Erlang
05:45
Decision Making
01:03
If Statement
02:25
Multiple Expression
03:25
Nested if Statement
02:56
Case Statements
02:05
Functions in Erlang
02:49
More about functions
06:51
Modules
05:55
Recursion in Erlang
02:18
Practical approach to Recursion
02:44
Numbers
04:08
Mathematical Functions in Numbers
04:05
Hands-on for Mathematical Functions in Numbers
07:42
Strings
01:32
String Operations
03:34
Hands-on for String Operations
08:49
Some more Operations on Strings
10:57
Lists in Erlang
01:15
Various Methods in Lists
05:50
Hands-on for Methods in Lists
14:28
File Input Output
04:27
Methods of File Operations
03:52
Hands-on for Methods of File Operations
10:00
Atoms
01:31
Various methods in Atoms
05:39
Maps
01:51
Various methods in Maps
03:51
Hands-on for Various methods in Maps
08:39
Tuples
01:32
Operations on Tuples
03:58
Records
06:31
Macros
03:07
Header Files
02:53
Pattern Matching in Erlang
01:39
Guards
02:24
More about Guard Conditions
05:20
Built In Functions
01:51
Various Built In Functions
03:22
Hands-on for Various Built In Functions
07:05
Binaries in Erlang
01:24
Various functions in Binaries
03:52
Hands on for Various Functions in Binaries
05:59
Funs in Erlang
03:57
Processes
02:57
Various functions with Processes
02:46
Hands-on for Various Functions with Processes
07:33
Requirements
  • Some basic knowledge on programming languages such as C or C++, Java, Python, Ruby.
  • It might also be helpful, to have some working knowledge on functional programming languages like Clojure, Haskell, Scala or OCaml.
Description

Erlang is a general purpose or you might say a functional programming language and runtime environment. It was built in such a way that it had inherent support for concurrency, distribution and fault tolerance. Erlang was originally developed to be used in several large telecommunication systems. But it has now slowly made its foray into diverse sectors like Ecommerce, Computer telephony and Banking sectors as well.

This Course has been prepared for both Beginner & Professionals aspiring to make a career in the field of telecom, banking, instant messaging, e-commerce and computer telephony as well. This Course will give you enough understanding on this programming language and also help you in building scalable soft real time systems that will have requirements on higher availability.

The Erlang was originally developed to be used in the several large tele-communication systems from the Ericsson. The first version of Erlang was developed by the Joe Armstrong, Robert Virding & Mike Williams in 1986.

Who this course is for:
  • Professionals aspiring to make a career in the field of telecom, banking, instant messaging, e-commerce and computer telephony as well.