Another Erlang book

I've just finished (not cover-to-cover though) reading Erlang Programming book. And started to read Erlang and OTP in Action. It seems that the latter is much more practical and deep, while the former is very nice for beginners as it introduces the Erlang language itself in great details, touching the OTP not so well. So, I rather happy with the order I've been reading this exciting books! :)

p.s. It seems that a task very nicely fitting to solve it in on Erlang (protocol parsing on bit level) suddenly appeared on my current work...


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