The film has some magic power that I cannot describe but made me watching it over and over again.
YouTube link to the film with fixed audio: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXmOlCy0oBM
I went to go watch it again after reading this but you beat me to posting the link here ;)
His blog is filled with write-ups of tiny projects of his, all of them humble and always written with the goal of crafting beautiful systems. Anyone could do worse than reading everything he's written.
Thanks for sharing this. I'm glad to know that one of my heroes was as wonderful offline as he was online :)
Goodbye, Joe. May your supervisor spawn new processes to carry on your legacy.
Unfortunately, I feel like the raw performance scores on the various benchmark websites (which show Erlang near last) is a major contributor to the small’sh adoption.
Erlang really needs an initiate like Ruby’s 3x3. Where they are striving to 3x the perf of Ruby
Still remember learning Erlang with his book and listening to him on podcasts talking about concurrency about a decade ago... Erlang is not my daily driver, but learninng Erlang's actor concurrency model has shaped my view on concurrency and functional programming... For that, thank you Joe and RIP.