A weekly newsletter and podcast diving into Clojure programs and libraries by Daniel Compton.

53: Clojure LSP with Eric Dallo

Monday, 22 April 2024

Download: MP3 - 00:33:27

Eric Dallo talks about the LSP protocol, and Clojure LSP

Sorry about the audio quality on this recording, I missed that I was using my MacBook Microphone instead of my podcast microphone.

Clojure LSP Langserver.org lsp-mode clj-kondo analysis data clojure-lsp-intellij

52: Coding in YAML with Ingy döt Net

Monday, 15 April 2024

Download: MP3 - 00:58:17

Ingy döt Net talks about his new programming language YAMLScript, compiling YAML to Clojure, and the development of the YAML format

51: Building a text editor with Nate Hunzaker

Tuesday, 5 March 2024

Download: MP3 - 00:57:55

Nate Hunzaker talks about building a text editor for the web

50: Peter Taoussanis

Tuesday, 27 February 2024

Download: MP3 - 01:32:26

Peter Taoussanis talks about Sente, Timbre, Carmine, Nippy, Tufte, and many more of his libraries

49: Clerk with Martin Kavalar

Saturday, 30 December 2023

Download: MP3 - 00:32:12

Martin Kavalar talks about Clerk

48: Biff with Jacob O'Bryant

Saturday, 16 September 2023

Download: MP3 - 00:49:48

Jacob O'Bryant talks about Biff, XTDB, and building a web framework for small teams

47: Executable textbooks with Sam Ritchie

Friday, 13 January 2023

Download: MP3 - 00:54:18

Sam Ritchie talks about the Mentat Collective, executable textbooks, visual math

46: ClojureDart with Christophe Grand and Baptiste Dupuch

Saturday, 24 December 2022

Download: MP3 - 00:41:52

Christophe Grand and Baptiste Dupuch talk about ClojureDart, a new dialect of Clojure

45: Data Rabbit with Ryan Robitaille

Monday, 3 October 2022

Download: MP3 - 00:29:47

Ryan Robitaille talks about data visualisation, and building a visual coding environment in Clojure

44: Jank with Jeaye Wilkerson

Saturday, 17 September 2022

Download: MP3 - 00:42:52

Jeaye Wilkerson talks about compilers, LLVM, and building a dynamic, compiled Clojure

Note: I used the wrong link initially when publishing this episode. If you are hearing the wrong conversation, delete the episode and re-download it. Thanks!

Jeaye has a background in C++ systems programming, focusing on games and game engines. After 5 years of that, he co-founded an esports tournament startup written in full-stack Clojure for another 5 years. These days, he’s at Electronic Arts (EA) building tooling used to make some of the world’s top games.

In each space, C++, Rust, Clojure, NixOS, etc, Jeaye aims to make an impact with his open source projects. For Clojure, at first, that was with Orchestra. Now, the flagship is jank.