Certificate of Achievement
has completed the following course:
This online course explored the theory of concurrent programming and the practice of how that works in Erlang, using practical exercises and more substantial suggested projects.
3 weeks, 5 hours per week
Professor of Logic and Computation
The University of Kent
- Develop concurrent programs in Erlang using processes and message-passing communication between them
- Describe the mechanisms underlying message processing in Erlang
- Explain the life-cycle of an Erlang process and the handling of errors
- Design and implement robust systems in Erlang
- Summarise the design principles underlying the Open Telecom Platform (OTP)
- Processes and messages in Erlang
- Message-passing concurrency
- Designing for robustness
- Handling errors and dealing with exceptions
- Testing and fixing concurrency
- Multicore and distributed Erlang
- OTP: The Open Telecom Platform
Issued on 14th April 2017
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