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Today I moved to . It's really different from the other distros I used before, but the reproducibility of the system is an amazing thing.


is now on MELPA.

See the blog post about what it does:

I've been using it a lot with #fennel.

#emacs #lisp

Cambada: Packager for Clojure based on deps.edn (AKA tools.deps). Supporting jar, uberjar and GraalVM's native-image. Anyone used this?

Hi, sorry for the downtime. Disk space problems...

It's amazing how a small instance like can fill up 200GB of space...

Here's a new series of Vaibhav Saini's blog posts on that promises to go into depth about , , etc. The first article in the series had clear explanations of using and .

The only thing I do not understand about -lang is its license...

Under which license is been released?

I must admit that Clojurians on Zulip chat is quite nice, the UI is really nice thought.

Once again, our new #clojure hire is productive in a couple of weeks. He came in with no Clojure experience (but some Haskell). Hate to harp on about it, but the idea that you can’t find devs or that Clojure is hard to learn is just rubbish if your company is in a city or you have remote workers.

I was going to announce it a bit later and more properly, but Mastodon received a $70k grant from Samsung NEXT through OpenCollective. I intend to make it available to those who contribute to the project, and have already notified some of the most regular contributors. The way OpenCollective works is that anyone can submit an expense and all transactions are listed transparently. It also holds the money.

As for myself, I intend to continue using Patreon for my own wage/costs.

Ok guys, is now updated to v2.7.0.

Looks like there is an issue with pinned searches...

Hi all, I need to reboot the instance for maintenance in about 5 minutes. I'll probably update to Mastodon 2.7.0 too.

Thanks for your patience.

A shout-out to all people interested in #Clojure and #datascience: we're organizing the community to move Clojure forward in the field and everyone is invited!!!

I’m a generalist with 15 years professional experience and engineering/computer science degrees. Full-stack Ruby, ReasonML most recently with a fair bit of Rust on the side.

Looking for a role in Melbourne AU or remote friendly. Would love to work a bit lower down the stack, systems level, embedded, OS, networking for example. Want to work for a business that values quality and correctness, not just deadlines and piling on technical debt.

Pls boost for reach 🙏

Hi everyone, does any of you have experience with ? Would you recommend it for a work laptop?

I'm asking cause I read it's sitll in beta.

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