15 July 2022
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The Dutch Clojure Day will return on Oct 29th in Amsterdam - check out the CFP and registration.
We’ve seen a number of questions about the Clojure/conj and a group has been working on developing a plan. It looks like we probably will not have an event this year but are looking at dates in spring 2023, mostly likely in the Durham, NC area. We hope to have a firm date in the near future.
Clojurists Together has opened funding applications for the next round of funding. Get your projects in!
The Sci Cloj has been hard at work starting some new courses and groups - check out ds4clj: a data science course for Clojure devs and jointprob: a probabilistic modelling and Bayesian statistics study group.
Biff Pair Programming #1 - Jacob O’Bryant
CIDER Turns 10 - Bozhidar Batsov
AWS Lambda, now with first class parentheses - Ray McDermott
Functional programming is finally going mainstream - Klint Finley
Clojure Sound - 4 - Ctrl-Left-Pedal - Dragan Djuric
Why Clojure? Part 2: A developer on-boarding perspective - Rawad Assaf
(clj 10) The mapify function of (clj 9) revisited - Joep Schuurkes
How fast is dc? - Paula Gearon
New releases and tools this week:
asami 2.3.2 - A flexible graph store, written in Clojure
aleph 0.5.0 - Asynchronous communication for Clojure
polylith-kaocha 0.8.1 - Kaocha-based test runner for Polylith
clojure-sound 0.3.0 - Clojure Sound
flow-storm-debugger 2.2.114 - A debugger for Clojure and ClojureScript with some unique features
carmine-streams 0.1.5 - Utility functions for working with Redis streams in carmine
mulog 0.9.0 - μ/log is a micro-logging library that logs events and data, not words!
DartClojure 0.2.11 - Opinionated Dart→Clojure translater
quickblog - Light-weight static blog engine for Clojure and babashka
inf-clojure 3.2.0 - Basic interaction with a Clojure subprocess