• June London Clojure Dojo - 29 Jun - City of London, UK (here, via @ukdevevents)
  • calx, a opencl wrapper for #clojure (here, via @wmacgyver) -- "Calx is an idiomatic wrapper for OpenCL, which is an abstraction layer for parallel computation" . Work in progress.
  • #clojure "equal" branch updated again, now it auto box loop arg when recur mismatch happens, also gives warning (here, via @wmacgyver) -- Quoting Rich Hickey "I've added the speculative analysis required to detect when recur ¬†arguments fail to match the type of primitive loop locals, and ¬†recompile the loop with those loop args boxed. When *warn-on-reflection* is true it will issue a report that this is happening and why". At this point, if you don't know what this is about, start reading here, you only have 196 posts to go...
  • never before have i managed to refactor code using common #lisp. #clojure has it working(early but functional state!) (here, via @edgargoncalves) -- A few nice refactorings in there: thread, unthread, extract fn, and more!
  • Pallet, #clojure based cloud provisioning, configuration and administration, release 0.1 (here, via @hugoduncan) -- So there: release 0.1 is out; get it while it's fresh.
  • (take... An ongoing series of micro-interviews with Clojure hackers. First up: David Edgar Liebke. (here, via @fogus) -- Aptly titled as "(take 8 (david-edgar-liebke))", this is the first in a future series of short interviews with noted Clojurians/ers/istas. This first one is with the creator of Incanter.