Libraries & Books.
- Kaocha is a new test runner from Lambda Island with a bunch of nice features including test randomization, fail fast, and profiling slow tests. There’s also some nice docs on cljdoc.
- dhall-clj lets you consume Dhall expressions from Clojure. Dhall is a very Haskelly looking non-turing complete language, suited for writing config, templates, e.t.c.
People are worried about Types. ?
- But Ambrose Bonnaire-Sergeant is proposing to do a thesis on automatically generating Typed Clojure annotations and specs.
- Did you know there are two reasons you can get a NoClassDefFoundError on the JVM? And that one of them can happen when the class is present?
- ClojuTRE was last week and Jan Stępień had a talk on building native binaries with Graal. The slides are up here, and the talk is already out.
- clj-new has a new version out: 21ca1b27f46dc324be084ba839beca555aeda387. Not sure how I feel about SHA’s as the new version number.
- I’ve mentioned Heart of Clojure before here, a new Clojure conference. They’re now looking for sponsors for their first event next year.
- Lambda Island has some new screencasts on data science using kixi.stats from Mastodon C
- Make sure you’re not drinking anything when you read Just JUXT #34. I won’t spoil it for you here.
I’m Daniel Compton. I maintain public Maven repositories at Clojars, private ones at Deps, and help fund OSS Clojure projects (along with tons of generous members like JUXT and Metosin) at Clojurists Together. If you’ve enjoyed reading this, tell your friends to sign up at therepl.net, or post a link in your company chatroom. If you’ve seen (or published) a blog post, library, or anything else Clojure/JVM related please reply to this to let me know about it.