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Add the latest Erlang book: Learn You Some Erlang

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matthiasl committed Jan 11, 2013
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+ <p>
+ <em>Learn You Some Erlang for Great Good!</em> by Fred Hebert
+ is a beginners' book about Erlang, published in 2013. It's
+ available directly from the <url
+ href="http://nostarch.com/erlang">publisher</url>.
+ </p>
+
+
<p>
<em>Erlang and OTP in Action </em> by Martin Logan, Eric
- Merritt and Richard Carlsson is the most recent book about
- Erlang, published in 2010. You can buy it from various online
- bookstores, or directly from the <url
- href="http://www.manning.com/logan/">publisher</url>.
+ Merritt and Richard Carlsson was published in 2010. You can
+ buy it from various online bookstores, or directly from the
+ <url href="http://www.manning.com/logan/">publisher</url>.
</p>
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</p><p>
- <em>Concurrent Programming in Erlang (2nd. Edition, 1993)</em>
- (Armstrong, Virding, Wikstr&ouml;m &amp; Williams) is only of
- historical interest. Archaeologists can download
- the <url href="http://www.erlang.org/doc.html"> first half of
- the book</url> from erlang.org.
+ Of historical interest only: <em>Concurrent Programming in
+ Erlang (2nd. Edition, 1993)</em> (Armstrong, Virding,
+ Wikstr&ouml;m &amp; Williams). Archaeologists can download the
+ <url href="http://www.erlang.org/doc.html"> first half of the
+ book</url> from erlang.org.
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