(Includes last Thursday)
- Want to learn Clojure, online? (via @cfbloggers) -- If you want to properly learn Clojure, Amit Rathore, the author of Clojure in Action is running a 6-week online course at CodeLesson.
- It's impressive to see how the @Clojure community is fighting NIH. And doing so with consideration and rigor. (via @soyrochus) -- The tweet doesn't give away too much, but this is about Cake and Leiningen merging into Leiningen 2.0. So you get to have your Cake and eat it too!
- Emacs configuration for Clojure development (via @FlorianScheel) -- Nice to see how easy has it gotten to get Emacs working with Clojure these days. In my days we had to code some elisp!
- Clojure/West Overview (12/1/11) - slides from @puredanger from last night's Bay Area #Clojure meetup (via @seancorfield) -- The conference is shaping pretty nicely and some info about keynotes and workshops is already published. (disclosure: I'll be helping with the logistics -- I sooooo wanted this to conference to happen -- and also teaching in the Pallet workshop)
- I have this working now: A single #Clojure test case running in the browser and on the server. (via @brentonashworth) -- I wonder if this kind of experiment will end up bending the universe and providing some time travel opportunities... Some laws should not be broken, no?
- Uploaded screencast of interactively developing @cgrand's Conway's Life solution in Clojure (via @puredanger) -- It's 3 minutes long only, and it is very interesting to watch. The referenced implementation by @cgrand is here.