Elixir - so this is life...


Long story short, Erlang provides excellent abstractions for managing highly-scalable, fault-tolerant systems, which is particularly useful in concurrent systems, where many independent or loosely-dependent tasks must be performed. I’ve been using Erlang in production for more than three years, to build a long-polling based HTTP push server that in peak time serves over 2000 reqs/sec (non-cached). Never before have I written anything of this scale nor have I ever developed something this stable. The service just runs happily, without me thinking about it. This was actually my first Erlang code, bloated with anti-patterns, and bad approaches. And still, EVM proved to be very resilient, and run the code as best as it could. Most importantly, it was fairly straightforward for me to work on the complex problem, mostly owing to Erlang concurrency mechanism.


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