A Lazy Sequence

Bookmarks

Ring 1.0.0 released →

Clojure's Ring, the HTTP abstraction and associated libraries, has reached 1.0.0. Great work by Mark McGranaghan, James Reeves, and the other contributors.

12 December 2011

SQL Korma →

Korma is a new Clojure library for SQL from Chris Granger, who is also responsible for the popular Noir web framework. Korma looks very promising; it is a very simple, direct mapping of SQL syntax into composable primatives. In contrast to ClojureQL which is a Relational Algebra to SQL compiler, Korma looks like it should result in less surprising SQL generation.

2 November 2011

The Call of Cthulhu →

The H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast presents a reading of The Call of Cthulhu by Andrew Leman.

29 October 2011

Mike Mignola talks about ghost movies →

Adult Swim interviews Hellboy creator Mike Mignola about ghost movies and stories.

“My favorite ghost stuff is the stuff that doesn't rely on special effects. It's mood and atmosphere. There's such an amazingly small handful of those movies. Any tool is great when used well, but I think these days restraint is not something people use.”

21 October 2011

Simple made easy →

Rich Hickey's Strange Loop 2011 presentation on leveraging simplicity in programming.

21 October 2011

Browser market pollution →

Paul Irish writes about the increasing problems facing web developers hoping to support Internet Explorer. This is one depressing read.

28 September 2011

repl.it →

Interative REPLs for a variety of languages (16 all up) in your web browser. Includes Javascript.next, Python, Scheme, Forth. Via Chris Lappe.

20 September 2011

Here be dragons →

Advances in problems you didnt even know you had. Short article on recent improvements to floating point to text algorithms.

30 June 2011

The art of Empire →

Short video of Christopher Moeller, creator of the Iron Empires comics, talking about painting, illustration, and comics.

27 June 2011

On types →

Meikel Brandmeyer writes about types in Clojure.

10 June 2011

Rich Hickey interview →

Creator of Clojure is interviewed by Michael Fogus (the author of The Joy of Clojure) on Peter Seibel's new “Hackademic journal” Code Quarterly.

9 June 2011

Ceaser →

A tool for experimenting with and creating CSS easings for transition animations.

19 April 2011

Pulling teeth →

Rob Donoghue writes about how various story rewards mechanic could potentially by bolted onto D&D 4e.

18 April 2011

Conduit →

A stream processing library using arrows in Clojure.

4 February 2011

Die geister →

An asynchronous processing library for Clojure inspired by F# and C#'s async API.

4 February 2011