Hi! I’m gathering a list of universities for the
ErlEF that are teaching/have taught courses using Beam languages:
So far, we have this
list and want to continue curating it. (thanks @adolfont!)
Do you have anything to add to the list or any thoughts you’d like to share? Please post any thoughts here.
Edit: Here is a tweet that has some data as well:
Nice to see the UK leading in something for a change
University of Kent
We have been using Erlang for the last 5 years in a course called ‘Applied Declarative Programming’, as a part of a MSc degree, in the Faculty of Computer Science of Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain).
Here are the contents (in Spanish and English, pages 45-48):
I have started to verify and compile information about Universities teaching BEAM languages at
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# Universities teaching BEAM languages
Elixir Forum post: https://elixirforum.com/t/universities-teaching-beam-related-languages/26267
Twitter thread: https://twitter.com/adolfont/status/1182310375909400576?s=20
Below I will list in text format some information about the university courses that teach BEAM languages.
## Federal University of Technology, Paraná
- Course name: Introduction to Functional Programming
- Language(s): Elixir
- Instructor: Adolfo Neto https://twitter.com/adolfont
- Hours: 45
- Link: https://github.com/adolfont/introducao-a-programacao-funcional
- Offered in: 2019
- Campus: Curitiba
Contributions are welcome!
My lectures are here:
Computer Systems, Digital System Design and Software for Embedded Systems: University of Kitakyushu, Japan
I know the following lecture:
Exercise of Embedded Software Development Using Functional Programming Language Erlang: Hiroshima City University, Japan