Erlang Training and Consulting Ltd. is your one stop shop for all your Erlang needs. We offer Erlang training at all levels, experienced Erlang contractors, consulting services, in-house systems development and Erlang based recruitment services. Our network of certified consultants is one of the most experienced as they have been using Erlang since its early days. With offices in the UK and Sweden and clients on five continents, we are available for short and long term jobs world-wide.
Erlang Training and Consulting Ltd. is a niche company specialising in the open source language Erlang and its middleware OTP. It was founded soon after Erlang was released as open source in 1999, with an aim to fill a vacum similar to that existing prior to companies such as SUSE and Redhat came in to support Linux. Our areas of operation include Training, Consulting, Contracting, Recruitment and System Development. We will soon provide commercial support licenses for the open source release, acting as first and second line support on behalf of Ericsson.
Our main office is in central London, with a Swedish satellite office in Uppsala (a short train ride north of Stockholm). From these locations, we serve our clients who are spread on five continents. Our clients are universities, major multinational corporations, as well as small and medium sized companies. It is a good match for Erlang Training and Consulting's staff, who represent seven nationalities and have no fear of flying.
All of us are active in the Erlang community, most of us having done our thesis projects on some aspect of Erlang. We often present at Conferences and Workshops, sit on their Organisational Committees, manage Erlang related Web Sites, Mailing Lists, Blogs and Open Source logo projects. Not to mention our presence in the academic sector, with ongoing research and thesis projects in cooperation with universities worldwide. At the end of the day, what brings us together is a passion for what we do, namely a good challenge involving distributed, massively concurrent soft real time systems... All done in Erlang