Mostly λazy…a Clojure podcast » Episode
By Chas Emerick
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Mostly Lazy is a podcast dedicated to filling your ear with Clojure-related stuffs. Language, libraries, tools, community, functional programming, the apps and businesses people are creating with Clojure, and conversations with all the people involved.
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||ExplicitEpisode 7: Anthony Grimes; tools and projects; minimum viable snippets||I had a lot of fun catching up with Anthony Grimes (@IORayne on Twitter and Raynes in #clojure irc). One of the most prolific Clojure programmers I know (in terms of project count anyway!), Anthony has been a fixture in the community for years, and was th||8/30/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitEpisode 6: Chris Houser; Clojure surveys; getting the “little things” right in languages; Yegge-rama; ClojureScript REPLs||I was stoked to reboot Mostly Lazy by talking yesterday with Chris Houser (a.k.a. Chouser), this time via Skype. It’s good to be back! Enjoy! Listen: Or, download the mp3 directly. Discrete Topics The 2012 State of Clojure survey results came in re||8/14/12||Free||View In iTunes|
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||ExplicitEpisode 0.0.4: Antoni Batchelli and Hugo Duncan at Clojure Conj 2011||Recorded November 12th, 2011, third in a series of conversations from Clojure Conj 2011. I caught up with Hugo Duncan and Antoni Batchelli (everyone calls him Toni during one of the lunch breaks at the Conj. These guys have been on a tear with Pallet, a||2/3/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitEpisode 0.0.3: Chris Granger at Clojure Conj 2011||Recorded November 12th, 2011, second in a series of conversations from Clojure Conj 2011. I had a chance to sit down with Chris Granger on the last night of the Conj. It’s been fun to watch him over the past months put out a set of really pleasant-||12/30/11||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitEpisode 0.0.2: Sam Aaron and Overtone at Clojure Conj 2011||Recorded November 12th, 2011, first in a series of conversations from Clojure Conj 2011. I had the great pleasure of hanging out with Sam Aaron both before and after his presentation at the Conj. In that presentation, he delivered a brief survey of the||11/18/11||Free||View In iTunes|
Off to a great start
Looking forward to many more. Could become a great way to become familiar with whats going on in the Clojure ecosystem.
A Good Start!
Hopefully, this is the first of many podcasts. I enjoyed the story of a ColdFusion developer coming to Clojure. I started out as a Visual Basic -> Java -> Ruby developer, but love learning about Clojure. A podcast is just what the Clojure community needs now.