[dfwPython] Erlang for Python Programmers
cam.cairns at transforge.com
Fri May 9 09:02:10 CDT 2008
What about using sockets?
On 5/9/08, martin at martinthomas.net <martin at martinthomas.net> wrote:
> Thanks, Jeff!
> I recently picked up the Erlang book and have been trying to get started.
> I went looking for comparisons to Stackless and found this:
> I was fascinated to see Bob Ippolito posting in the responses (Bob is the
> Does anyone know of a way to combine Erlang and Python?
> Quoting Jeff Rush <jeff at taupro.com>:
> In our social gatherings, as last night at Cafe Brazil, our
>> conversation often returns to Erlang and its features for multitasking
>> across multiple cores better than threading with Python. I stumbled
>> across a series of articles comparing Erlang and Python specifically
>> that I thought some of us might enjoy. If you read them in order the
>> material starts nice and slow, and soon it is easy to read Erlang.
>> The URLs are a bit irregular so I'm explicitly listing each one.
>> _Erlang for Python Programmers: Intro_
>> _Erlang for Python Programmers: Part I_
>> _Erlang for Python Programmers: Part II_
>> _Erlang for Python Programmers: Part III_
>> _Erlang for Python Programmers: Part IV_
>> _Erlang for Python Programmers: Part V_
>> I post this in our Python forum because Python progrmmers are often
>> multilingual and like to study various languages. Python itself has
>> borrowed many good ideas from other programming languages.
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