Diving into Erlang – a Rubyist’s perspective

Given what I’ve been writing for the last year and a half has been large scale distributed systems it occurred to me that I should probably look at Erlang, and in part Elixir. Erlang, for those not in the know, is a functional programming language written by Ericsson ages back for telecoms switch programming. The… Continue reading Diving into Erlang – a Rubyist’s perspective

Introducing OpenOB

The next post will be part 3 of my Engineering FM series but it’s time for a quick diversion to introduce a tool I ended up producing, initially as a contingency plan, but later as a serious project, for implementing outside broadcast audio links and studio-transmitter links using the Real Time Protocol. That tool is… Continue reading Introducing OpenOB