- I got to interview @hlship about Tapestry, Java and #Clojure at QCon SF. Video is now on InfoQ (via @charleshumble) —
- dosync+: dosync with event listener
(via @yueliufeeds) —
This is an interesting macro that allows for hooking callbacks on a dosync that will get called when a start, retry and committed takes place.
- I started a new Google Group for discussion/collaboration among Clojure toolsmiths. Let's make Clojure tools rock!
(via @cemerick) —
Let’s make it rock! If you are working on tooling for clojure, head on to this mailing list. Surely there are other people and teams working on areas of your interest.
- #engulf looks like a really nice visual (http) load testing tool
(via @igrigorik) —
- The shen.clj REPL is starting to work! | The KLambda/Shen to Clojure cross-compiler is currently 350LOC.
(via @HakanRaberg) —
If you don’t know Shen, go take a look, you won’t regret it. Here is what they have to say: “Shen has one of the most powerful type systems within functional programming. Shen runs under a reduced instruction Lisp and is designed for portability. The word ‘Shen’ is Chinese for spirit and our motto reflects our desire to liberate our work to live under many platforms.” It looks like Shen is being ported to Clojure.
- Yak shaving results in my first leiningen plugin - beta testers required!
(via @samnewman) —
You’ll only be interested in it if you’re using Emacs. This Leiningen plugin generates the TAGS file that Emacs will use to help you navigate your code.
- Visualize Clojure code in Eclipse with DOT and Zest
(via @fsteeg) —
Let’s you see the clojure sources as a tree.