In this 9 years he spoke a lot about Clojure, it's not the first time. Anyway I think his goal was to explain why he choose Clojure, not to make a deep comparison between Clojure and $LANGUAGE.
The blog post (it's not really an "article") isn't really informational, it's just nice to know that someone with his experience has choose Clojure.
Uncle Bob on Why #Clojure — http://blog.cleancoder.com/uncle-bob/2019/08/22/WhyClojure.html
@tfb Try fish shell before. 😄
@hugoestr I had the fortune to talk with Daniel at the conference, he's a great guy. And yes, we people tend to take for granted some notions, without questioning them. We should do it more often.
Lisp is not based on lambda calculus - The talk that wasn't
Earthrise, a photo that changed the world https://www.universal-sci.com/headlines/2018/12/21/-earthrise-a-photo-that-changed-the-world
Heart of #Clojure: fork this conference — https://lambdaisland.com/blog/2019-08-09-fork-this-conference
Rafael G. González-Acuña came up with an equation that provides an analytical solution for counteracting spherical aberration in lenses.
I like how this Vice article on newly discovered public domain books (because 80% of authors didn't extend their copyright after 28 years prior to 1964) mentions the Mastodon bot @SecretlyPublicDomain in passing. Yay for the Fediverse, and the public domain!
Clojurists Together is funding Shadow CLJS, Meander, Calva, and CIDER $9,000 each over the next 3 months
@phoe Done, thank you! 😄
#heartofclojure - The people’s conference.
@TheAspiringHacker yeah, it looks like the account doesn't exist anymore...
@TheAspiringHacker no, I personally didn't block it... But let me check.
Visiting Leuven before #heartofclojure conference.
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