Quer começar com #Clojure?! Dá uma lida nos posts do @anderson_leite (here, here and here, via @abstractj) -- If English is not your thing and you prefer Portuguese, here is a list of introductory articles to Clojure.
Once you get past the setup hiccups, TDD in #clojure with Emacs and elein.el (M-x elein-test) is realllly smooth. (here, via @trydionel) -- oohh! a leiningen mode for emacs!
A Clojure "Scholarship": Let's send @IORayne to the Conj! (here, via @cemerick) -- So it turns out @IORayne is 16 years old and he can't make it to Clojure-conj because of the lack of funds (lives in Alabama). Chas Emerick reaches out to the community to fund his trip so we can all enjoy his company. Clojure/Core waives conference fee and pays for accommodation. Can we raise $1000 for travel and other related expenses? ... 76 minutes later:
The first time I'll ever leave Alabama will be on a Clojure community funded trip to the first Clojure conference. I am geek, hear me roar! (via @IORayne)
Thank you's, and details of how the Clojure "scholarship" for @IORayne came off -- Brilliantly! :-D (here, via @cemerick) -- The details of how it all happened. Congrats all involved!
pallet now has a leiningen plugin for running pallet tasks from the command line. (here, via @hugoduncan) -- So in case pallet wasn't powerful enough, now you can run it from lein.
(continuous) deployment of #clojure web apps by @cemerick 9-15 in NYC (here, via @jclouds) -- @cemerick will be presenting a continuous deployment solution based on, amongst other things, Pallet and JClouds. This will be at the NYC Clojure meetup.
(pre?)Announcing "Clojure Programming", the book, by myself and @KirinDave, to be published by O'Reilly (here, via @cemerick) -- Well, today seems @cemerick's day! He'll be co-authoring a book with Dave Fayram. No details yet.
Wow, soon there will be more books about #clojure than #scala! (via @mjanuszewski) -- not only that, the clojure books are also thinner!
Clojure Macro Tutorial (Part I, Getting the Compiler to Write Your Code For You) (here, via @planetclojure)
Froth: A Forth implementation in Clojure. (here, via @IORayne) -- As a name, Froth is much better than Forthjure...