Category Archives: Clojure

Buy a signed copy of ‘Clojure Programming’, help the EFF!

Update, 2014 Aug 29: Unfortunately, this fundraising effort did not pan out.  Only one individual reached out with a “pledge” for the EFF; rather than go through the rigmarole of collecting a single donation, I simply took him at his … Continue reading

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Results of the 2013 State of Clojure & ClojureScript survey

Two weeks ago, I opened up this year’s Clojure & ClojureScript survey.  Now, you get to see what everyone said, and we all get to speculate on what it means. First, some process details: The survey was open for ~7 … Continue reading

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2013 State of Clojure & ClojureScript Survey

This is the fourth year in which I’ve offered up a “State of Clojure” survey.  As before, my intention is to get a sense for the size and overall level of activity in the Clojure community, and to capture a … Continue reading

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Mostly Lazy, back in the saddle

I was stoked to reboot Mostly Lazy by talking yesterday with Chris Houser (a.k.a. Chouser), this time via Skype.  It’s good to be back, so go check out the latest episode, maybe follow the @MostlyLazy twitter feed (who knows, it … Continue reading

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Results of the 2012 State of Clojure survey

A few weeks ago, I opened the 2012 State of Clojure survey.  Per usual, I wanted to take the Clojure community’s collective temperature, see where we all came from, what we’re using Clojure for, what weaknesses and problems exist, and … Continue reading

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2012 State of Clojure survey

I’ve run “State of Clojure” surveys for each of the last two years (see results from 2010 and 2011), and the time has come for the 2012 edition. The survey itself is embedded below.  It will remain open for input … Continue reading

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What sucks about Clojure…and why you’ll love it anyway

I gave a talk with this title at the wonderful Clojure/West conference back in March.  The video and slides for it are now available on InfoQ here. You can go watch the talk itself, so I won’t repeat its preface.  … Continue reading

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Starting Clojure (mk. 2)

I’ve wanted to put together a long-form introductory Clojure screencast for some time.  I had an opportunity to do this in grand style yesterday in a live O’Reilly webcast, but, for various reasons, I wasn’t fond of how that came … Continue reading

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A refresh of Clojure Atlas

I’m sorry to admit that I let the Clojure Atlas wilt a bit over the past year or so. (I was a little busy!)  However, I am conversely quite happy to say that that’s over now; Clojure Atlas has been … Continue reading

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Friend: an extensible authentication and authorization library for Clojure Ring webapps and services

Say hello to my little Friend. There’s plenty of technical stuff in the README to chew on if you like.  In short, I’m hoping this can eventually be a warden/spring-security/everyauth /omniauth for Clojure; that is, a common abstraction for authentication … Continue reading

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