PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 232: AI, Jobs, Batman
Issue 232 - July 03, 2017
I've been working on some changes on PurelyFunctional.tv. You may have already noticed the minor redesign of the Clojure courses pages. There's better filtering for the courses. As the number of courses has grown over time, the Beginning/Intermediate/Advanced system was not cutting it. Now you can filter by topic as well.
Members and other customers can now choose from three different download resolutions. Lower resolutions, of course, are smaller files to download, which may be more convenient to you. There are corresponding RSS feeds for downloading the files automatically.
Please enjoy the issue.
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Kevin Kelly makes an argument that AI is not going to take over the world any time soon.
Timothy Pratley wrote this nice four-part series on Reagent.
How did I not know about this archive of answers Rich Hickey has given to questions about Clojure.
JUXT's Jon Pither analyzes the Clojure job market.
The ClojureScript compiler is now much faster! And ClojureScript has a blog.
Wow, this is an amazing document of the history of structural editing in Lisp.
Clojure Job Market YouTube
I had a nice conversation with Kim Foster of Cognitect about the Clojure job market. If you're looking to get a job in Clojure or hire Clojurists, you should watch this.
A fun pastiche about Batman and core.async by Abhirag Awasthi.
FP is Dead Long Live FP YouTube
Brian Goetz about the divide between OOP and FP, and what we can learn from each other.