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Here's an interesting lecture (sorry, I couldn't find a non-split version) he gave at a university in Sweden (where Erlang has a much greater influence, ahhh the sanity of Northern Europe ;P) note - the sound is dim for the first few moments http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uIhawQ1G0I

He goes into some of the choices that went into Erlang, and some interesting experiences he had as the project went forward. He gives a different list that he feels the students in attendance should learn: C, JS, LLVM Assembler, one of ruby or python, and one of Erlang or Haskell.

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