Category Archives: General
I’m happy to announce that we at LessPainful have just released Calabash as open source. Calabash is a library and toolchain for automated functional tests for iOS and Android. Read more in the introductory post: http://blog.lesspainful.com/2012/03/07/Calabash/
I’ve managed to arrange a free DCUG meetup in Copenhagen in conjunction with Goto CPH. We will be several Clojure “stars”: Christophe Grand and Lau Jensen, Stefan Richter and Stefan Tilkov. Right now we have only one registration apart from … Continue reading
I gave an introductory talk about Clojure at Trifork yesterday: https://secure.trifork.com/aarhus-2010/freeevent/index.jsp?eventOID=2713 I really wanted to focus on the core of Clojure: things like time/state management, functional programming, programming to contracts, meta programming, host interop, dynamics, interactivity and expressive power. I … Continue reading
I attended the first conj-labs in Brussels, June 23-25. It was three days of intense Clojure learning with Clojure profiles: Christophe Grand and Lau Jensen. I must say it exceeded my expectations! Everyone was great and I really feel it … Continue reading
for all JVM-based languages http://www.infoq.com/news/2010/06/azul_ori?
One of the appealing features of Clojure is the pervasive use of (efficient!) persistent data structures. (In previous posts I’ve shed some light on how PersistentHashMap and PersistentVector are implemented, although some of that information is slightly dated now). There … Continue reading
See Danish Clojure Users Group posting.