When last year Rich Hickey said that he would be talking about “something new” at the NYC Clojure Users Group meetup, disclojure ran a fun poll about what people thought the ‘new thing’ would be.
Last week Clojure/West (register now) tweeted the following “Rich Hickey swore me to secrecy today about what he’s been working on and will discuss at Clojure/West. It’s big.”. This means it’s time for another poll.
Please send your proposed options for the poll today! (Either by tweeting the option cc/@disclojure, or in the comments section in this post)
Find the intertweets below…
- Added records, tagged literals and syntax quote / unquote to clojure-reader. Only fn literals and eval reader left.
(via @offbytwo) —
This is about a clojure-reader implemented in clojure. Another step for Clojure in Clojure?
- Clojure vs Scala
(via @debasishg) —
An interesting way to compare two languages, a survey that feels almost like one of those psychology tests… As a summary of, it seems that people seem to like clojure more than they like Scala, but they also find Scala to be more likely to be used at work in the future.