|I'll be presenting "Domain Specific Languages in Erlang" at QCon this November. Hope to see many of you there.|
Here's the abstract:
This is the only Erlang presentation you've ever seen that does not begin and end with concurrency.
Erlang turns out to have a number of properties that make it great for building Domain Specific Languages. - powerful parsing capabilities, runtime evaluation, and pattern matching are a few covered in this session. Along the way you may learn a thing or two about functional and concurrent programming.
Be prepared to get a little out of your comfort zone with a new syntax ... and a new way to beat your competition.