Updated 2014 Aug 29.
My obsession over the last ~2 years is the Quilt Project., of which I am (finally!) ready to start releasing various bits. As long as I am able, I hope to continue obsessing over it! Head on over, and put your email address in the bucket (or follow @QuiltProject on twitter) to learn more when it drops.
Besides Quilt, see below. Rather than leaving interested parties to spelunk through my GitHub page to get a sense of what I do and have done (have at it if you like), I thought I’d provide a quick rundown of the software projects I’m working on now or have worked on in the recent past.
Commercial / closed source
- PDFTextStream — PDF text and metadata extraction for Java & .NET
- Clojure Atlas — an experimental interactive visualization of Clojure and its standard library
- Clojure Programming, a Clojure book from O’Reilly
- Docuharvest (gestating) — messy documents => data.
Listed mostly in order of my own sense of my level of participation / “ownership” / “impact” at the time I updated this last…
- lein-cljsbuild, the Leiningen plugin for compiling and testing ClojureScript
- clojurescript.test, a maximal port of clojure.test to ClojureScript
- cljx, an implementation of feature expressions for Clojure/ClojureScript, making it possible to maintain a single portable codebase for both compilers/runtimes.
- Austin, an alternative ClojureScript browser-REPL implementation (based on the original) focusing on making setup and usage of the browser-REPL easy
- nREPL, a tool-agnostic Clojure network REPL; in addition, some nREPL middleware / utilities:
- Leiningen, the Clojure project management tool
- Friend, an extensible authentication and authorization library for Ring web applications and services
- Pomegranate, a sane Clojure API for Sonatype Aether + dynamic runtime modification of the classpath
- clutch — A Clojure library for Apache CouchDB.
Previous open source contributions
Stuff that I’ve contributed to in the past (and generally still use), but I’m not actively contributing anymore for whatever reason…
- Counterclockwise — Eclipse Clojure plugin
- pallet — Automates controlling and provisioning cloud server instances, Clojure-style.
- jclouds — a portable abstraction over top dozens of different cloud APIs
- rummage — A Clojure client library for Amazon’s SimpleDB (SDB)
- bandalore — A Clojure client library for Amazon’s Simple Queue Service (SQS)
- arbor — a graph visualization library using web workers and jQuery
- clojure-maven-plugin — Maven plugin for Clojure builds
Of course, this is far from comprehensive. But, if you care, maybe it’s enough to get a sense of what I do most of the time.