So I love the teeny, tiny processes that you can get on the BEAM machine and I want to use Erlang + Erlport + Python to create a collaborative environment where multiple people can work on the same panda dataframe at the same time like Google Docs meets Jupyter meets Einblick.
I've been working on an online tutorial with Elixir but I'm wondering if there are any good paid or free Erlport resources online because my home programming library is a little more complete on the erlang side.
Not an expert in Erlport, so can't comment on that specifically, but in the past I tried using Pyrlang (so you can write Python program, and make it connect to Erlang/Elixir cluster) - that's slightly different approach to what you've described, but might be worth considering? I've written a tiny blog post how I managed to set it up (but it's quite old now - might be it got easier or more difficult to do so since! 😂) https://medium.com/@pawel_dawczak/elixir-python-1-getting-started-165317f873fa In the follow up I tried to use this environment to serve actually trained ML Model, so might be good as an inspiration? https://medium.com/@pawel_dawczak/elixir-python-2-getting-excited-672ec35fa681 Good luck!
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