TIL that there is a clojure-lsp project that tries to build support for the generic language-server protocol that editors like VSCode are using. Maybe I should take a look at Emacs' lsp-mode, I guess?

github.com/snoe/clojure-lsp
emacs-lsp.github.io/lsp-mode/

Fantastic talk by mourjo on "Building resilient services in Clojure" on day 2 at today. He uploaded the slides already:
speakerdeck.com/mourjo/buildin
@clojure

Today the re:Clojure 2020 conference is happening, a free and on-line conference for all things .
reclojure.org/

See you in the virtual hallways. @clojure

The results of the clojureD survey are in. Apparently, most would want to have a real-world conference, so the team will look into organizing something for summer 21. Good news!

Details on clojured.de/

Railway oriented programming in . ROP is a style in which you want to chain multiple functions but want a single track to catch any errors happening. My main issue with this is that all too often you want more flexibility than just a single unified error handling.

medium.com/appsflyer/railway-o

(the Berlin conference on ) is running a survey to figure out what people would prefer for a 2021 summer edition. Please boost!
clojured.de/clojured-2021-surv

(Note: I'm not affiliated with the conference, I just think it's great.)

Dan Lebrero summarizes Zach Tellman's "Elements of Clojure" book (danlebrero.com/2020/08/12/elem)

I agree with this one-sentence summary of the book: "There are some elements of Clojure on the book, but most of the content covered is universal to any language." I should probably follow up with my impressions of the book, but I'm not sure I have the energy to do it.

This is a course on the foundations of computational linguistics, using :
From what I can see from a quick glance from the table of content, it contains a lot of stuff, from formal languages over bag-of-word approaches to Markov chains, but is not addressing more high-level aspects of CL, like semantics or discourse.

foundations-computational-ling

After a very long time, I wrote a blog post with some content: How to download content from a ClojureScript application. Enjoy.

blog.find-method.de/index.php?

"Monads and transducers are literally 100% the same" -- only that, of course, they are not, but the way they are getting discussed is the same.

buttondown.email/hillelwayne/a

"superv.async is a Clojure(Script) library that extends core.async with error handling and includes a number of convenience functions and macros."

github.com/replikativ/superv.a

clojureD 2020 videos are online! FilmkameraPartyknaller
Sorry that it took us so long this time. Enttäuschtes Gesicht
To make up for lost time, we released all videos in a bulk instead of one per day.
safe and sound and have some fun watching
clojured.de/media/videos/video

twitter.com/clojuredconf/statu

John Jacobsen optimizes a program by rewriting it in Common Lisp and can improve the speed by 300x: zerolib.com/from-elegance-to-s

ClojureD's call for proposals for the 2020 edition is open until end of October, cf. clojured.de/call-for-proposals

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