- Clojure/huh? - Clojure's Governance and How It Got That Way
(via @craigandera) —
Clojure/Core explains its own view on why things move very slowly in Clojure. I’ll just reuse the article’s final paragraph: ”… no one in the Clojure community owes anybody anything. If you want something, it’s not enough to ask for it, you need to be willing to do the work to make it happen. At the same time, don’t let a lukewarm response to ideas on the mailing list dissuade you from implementing something you think is valuable. It might just be that no one has time to think about it. Recall keyword arguments: more than two years from inception to completion …”
- Got a start on a JRuby ext to wrap Clojure stuffs...
(via @headius) —
Charles Nutter (headius) is the guy behind JRuby and a JVM wizz, and now he seems to be working on wrapping clojure data structures in JRuby. I thought they already came wrapped, in parantheses!?
- The Clojure/West Friend of Attendee program has doubled down -get $50 discount or a $50 refund!
(via @ClojureWest) —
If you missed the early pricing, this is a nice way to get adiscount. You can reference a friend and get a $50 discount! Don’t have a friend? Reference me!
- High-wage skills on oDesk (or why you might want to learn Clojure if you're not a lawyer)
(via @johnjhorton) —
Oh, good, because I suck at law… This article is a studyof the many contracting offers offered at oDesk, an eBay for contractors, so to speak. It turns out that knowing Clojure pays.
- An invitation to functional programming for Clojure noobs
(via @drcabana) —
This is an interesting deal for FP noobs: a project to solve 31 project Euler problems, one for each day of the month (and maybe an extra one, or 3, for the shorter months). Based on leiningen and marginalia, in which new concepts and clojure functions are progressivel introduced with links to clojuredocs.
- final batch of @nathanmarz @djspiewak @craigandera @fogus @samaaron (via @@clojure_conj) —
- CLJS example, here you go
(via @ibdknox) —
Now this is a nice combination of names: Clojure,ClojureScript and Overtone. This post shows –both with video and in the content of the article itself– how to build a web-based music controller to drive Overtone. The video is only 24 minutes short! This is a perfect acticle if you want to see how developing in Clojure+ClojureScript is shaping up these days.