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  • I've seen a lot of bad emails and I've written my share of them too. Here are 10 tips for better email communications.

    10 Tips for Better Emails

    I’ve seen a lot of bad emails and I’ve written my share of them too. Here are 10 tips for better email communications.

  • In Math, the factorial of a number n , written as n!, is defined as the product of all positive integers less than or equal to n. 0! is a […]

    Factorials in Erlang!

    In Math, the factorial of a number n , written as n!, is defined as the product of all positive integers less than or equal to n. 0! is a […]

  • The Hello World application serves as a very basic introduction to programming in a new language. So we start off with another Hello World, this time in Erlang. Create your […]

    Hello, world! — In Erlang

    The Hello World application serves as a very basic introduction to programming in a new language. So we start off with another Hello World, this time in Erlang. Create your […]

  • You may have noticed that our tests for equality look a bit unnatural. We write 1 == i instead of the usual i == 1 to catch a common typo […]

    1 Before i

    You may have noticed that our tests for equality look a bit unnatural. We write 1 == i instead of the usual i == 1 to catch a common typo […]

  • Counting up to ten hardly impresses anybody anymore, unless you're still in nappies. So let's now press on and go to eleven and beyond. As before, we start by adding […]

    Eleven and Beyond

    Counting up to ten hardly impresses anybody anymore, unless you’re still in nappies. So let’s now press on and go to eleven and beyond. As before, we start by adding […]

  • The Hello World application that we did last time doesn't see much use in real life. So let's create something more useful -- an application that converts numbers to words! […]

    Converting Numbers to Words

    The Hello World application that we did last time doesn’t see much use in real life. So let’s create something more useful — an application that converts numbers to words! […]

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  • You may have noticed that our tests for equality look a bit unnatural. We write 1 == i instead of the usual i == 1 to catch a common typo […]

    1 Before i

    You may have noticed that our tests for equality look a bit unnatural. We write 1 == i instead of the usual i == 1 to catch a common typo […]

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