Clojure Gazette 156: Martin Luther King, Microservices, Naming
Martin Luther King, Microservices, Naming
Issue 156 - January 18, 2015
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JUXT is a Clojure consultancy in London, England. They've just published a technology radar in the style of ThoughtWorks, but focused solely on Clojure and its ecosystem. This has inspired me to think about my own personal choices of libraries and how I would organize them.
Solid rules of thumb from Stuart Sierra.
A mammoth talk by Greg Young about Domain Driven Design and Command-Query Responsibility Separation. There is some deep wisdom about append-only data models.
Clojure.org has received a redesign to revamp the site as a hub for community collaboration. Remember, the site was open sourced a couple of months ago. Sign the Contributor Agreement and make some pull requests.
So You Want to Rewrite That ... Youtube
Camille Fournier explains when a rewrite is justified and how to do it.
I've been researching a lot on microservices lately and also on Domain Driven Design (DDD). This talk, by DDD inventor is about both, so I had to watch it. It's made me feel better about microservices than any other talk.
Gerald Jay Sussman presents at LispNYC on dynamic and dangerous systems. Not a classic but interesting.
I Have a Dream Youtube
Today, in the United States, we celebrate the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King. I tend to commemorate it by listening to one of his speeches and thinking about how far we've come and how far we still have to go.
A great visualization of different factors affecting global warming. I wish all of my communication should be so clear.