- For all Scala and Clojure fans. It's nice to see the other side of the coin sometimes. But I still enjoy FP
(via @vccarvalho) —
Now this is one rant! Not everybody thinks that statelessness is a worthy goal. Some even think that striving for immutablility is evil. But some go even further and rant about how they think Functional Programming is “worse than crap.”
- #Clojure Library to do #integration test with Social Networks - Introducing clj-social-labs
(via @sivajag) —
If you are writing an application that interacts with a social network you probably already know how hard it can be to test against the services provided by such social network. This library aids at creating automated integration tests against social networks.
- New post! Starting a new project: A Java bytecode compiler in Clojure. (via @jimduey) —
- #Clojure persistent queues getting a tagged literal representation
(via @fogus) —
Leveraging the new extensible reader literals in Clojure 1.4, Michael Fogus is implementing a reader literal for persistent queues. Check out the tests to figure out how it will look.