Good Clojure news site (here, via @tim_coder) -- yet another way of getting your news about Clojure. This link summarizes the links posted on twitter under the #clojure tag.
#Cake (#Clojure #Rake) looks great, solves local dependencies problem, but it doesn't work on windows (here, via @qertoip) -- Cake is a rake-inspired build tool for Clojure that is compatible also with leiningen projects. It makes it very easy to define your own tasks, extend existing ones and parse command-line parameters. It also provides a persistent JVM so you can run command after command without the need to fire-up a new JVM (and wait for it to start).
Micro-interview about Clojure, Scala, and ill-will. MartinOdersky take(5) toList (here, via @fogus) -- Martin says Scala and Clojure are BFF
"Measure your OODA loop in all the languages you know. See which one cycles fastest...that's your favorite language." (here, via @sfioritto) -- OODA stands for Observe, Orient, Decide and Act and in this context it refers to the time it takes from realizing that your program has a bug to the time it takes to find it and fixit. The article makes reference to how Lisp on a Symbolics machine would have an extremely short OODA, and thus it was very productive.
Writing a Parser (for a markup language): Theory & Practice (here, via planetclojure) -- This is a question on Stack Overflow about the existing tools to write a parser in Clojure. All the answers are pretty interesting.
#clojure 1.2 RC2 is out (here, via @stuarthalloway) -- This is some speedy development!
Some usefull information about Clojure servers (here, via @pepijndevos) -- The different options today to write an evented HTTP server in Clojure.
Exploring Riak with Clojure (here, via @mmcgrana) -- Riak is a powerful distributed datastore built by Basho. It can scale massively while keeping some good properties. This tutorial walks you through the steps to write a simple application that uses Riak for storage.