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    BTW, this company still exists (under the name AdGear), still uses Erlang very heavily, and was recently acquired by Samsung. People interested in working on low-latency Erlang systems should consider applying for a job. (Disclaimer: I work there. I apologize if the recruitment pitch is inappropriate.)

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      Author here! Did not know about the acquisition, nice to hear!

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        BTW, this company still exists (under the name AdGear), still uses Erlang very heavily, and was recently acquired by Samsung. People interested in working on low-latency Erlang systems should consider applying for a job. (Disclaimer: I work there. I apologize if the recruitment pitch is inappropriate.)

        Do you know if the company is remote/freelance friendly?

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          It has had remote employees in the past, but presently the team working on the systems mentioned in the blog are all located in Montreal. I’m not commenting on this in any official capacity, of course, but I think remote is possible for the right people and roles.