Other Erlang References

I am sure that the following list omits many important Erlang materials. This list is here for the sake of completeness and does *not* include the books and papers that I will review in detail.  The texts listed below either are too limited in the subject they cover or else omit Security principles and requirements completely.

a) “Writing and Querying MapReduce Views in CouchDB,” by Bradley Holt, O’Reilly,  2011

b) “Introducing Erlang,” by Simon St Laurent, O’Reilly, 2013

Note: This book is notable because it includes what probably was intended as a joke on page 166:

“Almost everything you’ve learned in this book points toward a computing model that makes it easy to distribute programs across a network of Erlang nodes. Setting up a set of nodes isn’t that difficult. It may even be too easy in some ways to let security-obsessed administrators sleep easily. “

c) “Études for Erlang,” by J.David Eisenberg, O’Reilly, 2010

d) “Scaling CouchDB.” by Bradley Holt, O’Reilly, 2011

e) “Getting Started with GEO, CouchDB and Node.js,” by Mick Thompson, O’Reilly, 2011

f) “Erlang in Real Time,” by Maurice Castro, RMIT University, Australia, 2001

g) “The Nitrogen Erlang Web Framework,” by Steve Vinoski, IEEE Internet Computing, 2012

h) “Erlang Web Tutorial,” Erlang Training and Consulting Ltd., December 2008