Kazoo March 30-1 April

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Description

Want to learn how to write applications for the most flexible, scalable, and advanced telephony platform, Kazoo? This two-day, hands-on course will take you through the platform, starting with the libraries, utilities, behaviors, and patterns developed over the last three years to get you going on the right track. From there, we'll journey into the existing applications so you can see design decisions that worked, that didn't worked, and the tradeoffs to consider when you take the reigns to build your own application. 

The course will cover topics such as using the AMQP behavior, gen_listener, to consume messages off the AMQP bus; using the BigCouch utilities to query, create, and delete databases, documents, and views; basic Erlang application structure to build new Kazoo applications; and so much more!

We will have a variety of fun "toy" applications you can choose from for the final project, but if you have ideas for your own application, we encourage you to bring those ideas and see if you can get a prototype together before you leave.

 

Outline

Trainer: James Aimonetti

Target Audience: Developers and Ops

Prerequisites:

The focus will be on leveraging Kazoo to build applications; as such, we won't focus too heavily on teaching Erlang. Please come with some experience using Erlang, exposure to OTP principles and patterns, and preferably having used some of the more popular Erlang libraries (lager, Cowboy, poolboy, etc). General telephony/VoIP experience welcome but not required. Basic Linux sysadmin experience as well.

Objectives:

The participant will get an intro to the Kazoo code base and how to build applications, leveraging existing libraries and subsystems included in the platform.

Duration: Three days.

Registration: 8:30 on 30 March 2015.

Venue:  Marines' Memorial Club and Hotel in Union Square. 

Description: Want to learn how to write applications for the most flexible, scalable, and advanced telephony platform, Kazoo? This two-day, hands-on course will take you through the platform, starting with the libraries, utilities, behaviors, and patterns developed over the last three years to get you going on the right track. From there, we'll journey into the existing applications so you can see design decisions that worked, that didn't worked, and the tradeoffs to consider when you take the reigns to build your own application. 

The course will cover topics such as using the AMQP behavior, gen_listener, to consume messages off the AMQP bus; using the BigCouch utilities to query, create, and delete databases, documents, and views; basic Erlang application structure to build new Kazoo applications; and so much more!

We will have a variety of fun "toy" applications you can choose from for the final project, but if you have ideas for your own application, we encourage you to bring those ideas and see if you can get a prototype together before you leave.

 

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Andra Dinu (Erlang Factory)

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An Erlang Factory is an event that focuses on Erlang - the computer language that was designed to support distributed, fault-tolerant, soft-realtime applications with requirements for high availability and high concurrency. The main part of the Factory is the conference - a two-day collection of focused subject tracks with an enormous opportunity to meet the best minds in Erlang and network with experts in all its uses and applications. Together with the Conference are optional three-day "University" training courses and tutorials, not only in Erlang itself, but also in related technologies and Erlang-based systems and products. The value of attending the courses in this way is that they are condensed versions of the more usual 5-day courses and allow delegates to attend the training as well as the conference in the 5-day period. Furthermore, having the training close behind the opportunity to discuss applications of it with experts, multiplies its value many times over compared with having just the training by itself.

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