Clojure Gazette 112
Vectors, React, Boot
Issue 112February 01, 2015
Wow! ReactJS Conf happened and the videos were released. The big announcement was React Native, which promises to bring a single coding style to iOS and Android. How long before ClojureScript is running on it?
Onyx is a distributed processing system in Clojure. This post talks about the major design changes that went into the new release.
Of Mice and Men Podcast
A very nice 99 Percent Invisible episode talking about Douglas Englebart and how our user interface has been dumbed down. Should settle for easy to use but lacking in depth and power? Or should we invest in learning more difficult tools that will expand our capabilities?
Clojure/West tickets went on sale. Early Bird tickets have sold out, but regular priced tickets are still available. The CFP is still open.
An epic in the life of one man's journey to make his Clojure development life a little easier.
Alex Miller is back with a brand new post, this time about a common
Clojure gotcha, the
It's really true that we don't write that many big programs. We don't get a chance to work on many large projects from start to finish. So how do we get the experience we need? James Hague suggest one way to help: write many small programs.
A tool for formatting Clojure code by James Reeves.
Boot is getting big. It's a Clojure build tool with some cool properties (and a beautiful web page ). This guide will get you started with it, and with Clojure if you need that.
A very deep, technical analysis of the expected performance of Clojure vectors under different circumstances. If you like thinking about cache lines, memory layout, and pointer optimizations, this post is for you.
A nice, high-level overview of how ClojureScript's vectors work, with lots of nice diagrams.
This conference held in Boulder, Colorado, looks awesome, with workshops, talks, and daycare! The CFP is still open. Plenty of Clojure talks and lots more.