Conquering race conditions in Erlang programs with Concuerror
Concurrency-related bugs, such as race conditions and deadlocks, are some of the hardest bugs to isolate, reproduce, understand and fix. Even Erlang programs can suffer from such bugs, for example when messages arrive in unexpected orders or shared resources (e.g. ETS tables) are accessed concurrently. In this workshop I will demonstrate how developers of all levels can use Concuerror, a testing and verification tool for Erlang programs, to automatically detect, isolate and understand concurrency-related errors in their code and explain how the tool can ultimately prove the absence of such errors. I'll also share experiences from two industrial applications of Concuerror in verifying interesting aspects of distributed algorithms.
Developers interested in building concurrent, fault-tolerant systems
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