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

8: Elana Hashman on Debian and Clojure

Thursday, 25 October 2018

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Elana Hashman discusses her work on packaging Leiningen, the state of Clojure on Debian, and I ask her all the questions I've ever had about packaging on Linux.

7: Ben Brinckerhoff on Clojure Spec and Error Messages

Thursday, 18 October 2018

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Ben Brinckerhoff talks about Expound, his tool for formatting Clojure Spec error messages, a common language for Clojure errors, and the wider world of error messages.

6: Thomas Heller on Shadow CLJS

Wednesday, 10 October 2018

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Thomas Heller talks about the Google Closure compiler, Shadow CLJS, and interop with JavaScript

5: Looking At The Web After Tomorrow with Nikita Prokopov

Thursday, 4 October 2018

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Nikita Prokopov talks about data synchronisation, the web after tomorrow, Datascript, Rum, software quality, and font ligatures

If you benefit from Nikita’s work, you can support him at his Patreon.

4: Bruce Hauman on interactive development, Figwheel, and Rebel Readline

Wednesday, 26 September 2018

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Bruce Hauman discusses Figwheel, Figwheel Main, Rebel Readline, Tooling, and lots more.

3: Mike Fikes on ClojureScript type inference, Graal, and Clojurists Together

Monday, 17 September 2018

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Mike Fikes talks about his recent work adding type inference to the ClojureScript compiler, the AOT cache, cljs.main, Clojurists Together, Graal.js, and Apropos.

2: Daniel Higginbotham on Specmonstah, Clojure Spec, and Ent walking trees

Monday, 10 September 2018

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Daniel Higginbotham talks about building on top of Clojure spec, designing simple Clojure libraries, the µNolen unit of productivity, and writing useful documentation.

1: Michael Drogalis on Pyrostore's Acquisition, the future of Onyx, and stream processing

Wednesday, 29 August 2018

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Michael Drogalis discusses Pyroclasts's recent acquisition by Confluent, high performance stream processing, working on large Clojure programs, and some of Onyx's technical innovations.