- The ThoughtWorks tech radar for March 2012 is out: some of my favourites are moving inward...
(via @kornys) —
Clojure moved from “Assess” to “Try”, which is good. Still far from “OMG you should totally use it!”
- Good morning Clojure/West!
(via @ClojureWest) —
It is hard to describe what the conference was by way of tweets. The slides are available, and the videos will soon start appearing at InfoQ. Datomic had its official debut and many people talked about real world clojure. There is even a good summary. I had a blast, fwiw.
- Parallel SSH and system monitoring in Clojure
(via @tsubame959) —
Run commands on many nodes at the same time via SSH.
- BOOM, Clojure/core is a Google Summer of Code 2012 Mentoring Organization
(via @swannodette) —
Woo hoo! Some clojure projects already had proposals coming in! What does this mean? “Google Summer of Code is a global program that offers students stipends to write code for open source projects. We have worked with the open source community to identify and fund exciting projects for the upcoming summer.”
- Clojure and OSGi - Sitting in a tree
(via @paudo) —
Good progress on creating Clojure bundles for OSGi applications, should you need such thing.
- In celebration of #clojurewest day 1, emblogginated "(take 5 baishampayan-ghose)" (via @fogus) —
- C2: Clojure(Script) data visualization
(via @puredanger) —
Inspired by D3, but since it is much easier to use, then C2 is an apt name. There is no excuse now for your app not having cool ways to present data…
- The cognitive dissonance of watching yet another Scala community existential crisis unfold while surrounded by happy Clojure programmers.
(via @al3x) —
Here’s to hoping the Scala community finds a good therapist.
- The RDFa 1.1 Clojure implementation (clj-rdfa) now passes the test suite for all host languages.
(via @niklasl) —
“Extract triples from RDFa 1.1 XHTML and HTML documents using Clojure”, for semantic web purposes I take.
- Yikes! Google indexing is fast. 5 minutes to pick up my Clojure and Wolfram Alpha blog post
(via @mark_l_watson) —
Access Wolfram Alpha from clojure, by wrapping the Java API. This is dangerous!