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DFW Erlang User Group

If you are located in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and are interested in Erlang, here is the friendly reminder that we have a User Group for you.

It doesn’t matter if you are Joe Armstrong, or Robert Virding; have just heard something about how Facebook uses it or that CouchDB, RabbitMQ and Riak are built on it; or from the cartoon about “writing a map-reduce query in Erlang”, we want you to come join us in building a community around Erlang.

We have our next two meetings scheduled and we will be continuing to cover √Čtudes for Erlang.

Please join us at the following locations:

Starting a DFW Erlang User Group

At work we have some Erlang applications for some of our services, and there is a potential to move another application to Erlang in the future. With this, a co-worker and myself are proud to start a Erlang User Group for the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.

We are coordinating through Meetup.com and the user group can be found at http://www.meetup.com/DFW-Erlang-User-Group/.

We have our Kickoff Meeting scheduled for 6:30 pm on February 7th hosted at Cooper’s BBQ (map) in the Fort Worth Stockyards District, with the food to be sponsored by Simpli.fi.

Our agenda is to do introductions and learn how people are using Erlang, and to come up with our initial plan for how we want the User Group to function so that everyone gets the most value they can from sharing their time with everyone.

If you are have been using Erlang, or are just interested in learning more about it, please join us at our Kickoff Meeting and if you know anyone else who would please pass this along to them.


DFW Clojure User Group

This is for those of you not on the Clojure Google Group mailing list.

There is now a Clojure User Group for the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. Alex Robbins has setup a meetup group which can be found here http://www.meetup.com/DFW-Clojure/.

The kickoff meeting is set for Wednesday, September 19, 2012.

Thanks to Alex and the sponsors of this user group. Let’s make it a good one.