• New blog post on the #clojure cycle function (here, via @objcmdo) -- This is a good article to learn about the power of lazy sequences.
  • Clojure 1.2 RC3 is out. (here, via @stuarthalloway) -- That was fast! Only some fixes, no new features.
  • Just noticed joy of clojure is Manning's best selling MEAP currently, awesome work @fogus & @chrishouser (via @westernwizard) -- Kudos!
  • Micro languages in Clojure via macros and let. (here, via @wilig) -- This article walks the reader through the process of creating a micro-language for interacting with SQL databases with the power of macros and the 'let' statement. A must read IMHO; it is very approachable, informative and let's face it, everybody needs to write a micro-language in their lifetime.
  • Follow up to yesterdays article on #clojure protocols. Discuss how to have a default implementation. (here, via @fulldisclojure) -- A method to provide a default implementation for some or all members in of a protocol.
  • a strategy game developed using #clojure (here, via @wmacgyver) -- There are also some notes from the author about his experience writing games in Clojure; overall he is happy with the level of concurrency, being able to work at a high level and interact with Java, but would love to see primitive support (coming), being able to reduce memory allocations, and maybe a two-phase compilation to deal better with circular references.
  • New REPL step debugger for #clojure (here, via @puredanger) -- Lambdebug is an interesting project that aims at providing a debugger for clojure. Very promising, but it's WIP and lacks key feautres (like support for loop/recur).
  • Awesome new #clojure tool (here, via @heinz_gies) -- And this tool is an auto-completion library for Emacs, that also shows the documentation along with the currently selected completion option.
  • @brweber2 La Clojure plugin for IntelliJ IDEA is now under reworking on Clojure, so it's gonna take a while (via @ilyasergey) -- :(, but if this means that ┬áthe new plugin will be better since it will be coded in Clojure, then :)
  • #clojure .net clr mostly up to 1.2RC3 now. (here, via @wmacgyver) -- That'll come handy should Oracle decide to bury the JVM inside their database (joking).
  • The hardest part about #clojure is coming up with names for all the beautiful abstractions you magically end up with. (via @_pmh_) -- And this is the tweet of the week.
  • www.gettingclojure.com, a wiki for Clojure beginners -- This comes straight form the mailing list. This site has a wiki and forums, devoted to provide guidance and support for clojure newcomers.