Currently I’m working in .Net ecosystem (and mostly its unfortunately legacy and a lot of powershell/sql script work for now). I got information that my company has departament where they work for Ericsson and Telecom industry. I’d like to spend few months learning and working on Erlang after hours to try to change departament.
Last year I spent learning Elixir for about half year - its amazing, but job opportunities are low so i had to get job in another language and try to create my it experience and then would be easy. Elixir as many of you knows has simpler syntax, is much more web dev related language (thanks for Phoenix). There are also many many resourcers, videos etc that helped me getting to know language pretty fast and I could create simple apps (webdev related so reproducting it in erlang make no sense).
The question is how to get to know much more about creating programs in Erlang. Syntax is not a problem as there are books, documentation, discussions etc. There are not many resources about architecture, how modules should be linked/related to each other. On github there are mostly really big projects that can overwhelm with many files and tousand lines of code each with a lot of cryptic variables (not explicitly defined).