Featuring interviews with a myriad of guests from all sectors of tech with a special focus on the languages Clojure and Clojurescript. Join me as we get to take a peak behind the Github of your favorite open source contributors. Appreciate the perspectives of a wide range of different voices and creators involved in tech and software development! Here are other places you can find me being goofy about tech: https://linktr.ee/lambduhhh
:reclojure-org-squad (CALLIN CLOJURIANS 4 PROPOSALS)
1:06:22🚨 CFP for www.reclojure.org is officially OPEN! To celebrate, a few members of the co-organizing squad have mobbed up to spill the beans about what this virtual online conference is all about. Learn the mysterious origin story of this epic online event. Is there an association with the London Clojurians Meetup group? Why is it virtual? Will it always be virtual? Wait, there’s a theme? What does “Clojure Growth” as a theme mean? Who are these keynoters? Why are these keynoters? Strap those earbuds in and hear the answers to these questions plus get a front row seat to hear about the manic behind the scenes processes: Chaos! Control! Clojure! Discord! Zoom! Oh my!! Finally, we reveal exactly who we want to hear from and what we hope to see in this year’s proposals. Relevant links: https://www.reclojure.org/ find link to sessionize here! https://twitter.com/reClojure Pawel: https://twitter.com/pawelceranka, https://www.nette.io/ Renzo @reborg Bruno @BrunoBonacci / https://github.com/BrunoBonacci
:janet-a-carr (Ms. Free-lance-a-lot frees her SaaSy thoughts)
1:04:31Meowdy Folks! Guess who’s back? Back again… My L.I.L. podcast is back, tell a friend! 🤩 Full speed ahead into this season’s content train we have a chat with Clojure Consultant and Sassy CEO (Creative Executive Originator) Janet Carr who has been stirring the pot on the internets lately with her opinionated and entertaining blog posts. Here are a few links that are wonderful entry points to her content. Hire her. https://janetacarr.com/ Indie Hacker article: https://www.indiehackers.com/post/crush-it-stop-it-profit-the-un-glamorous-life-of-consulting-9b0ffef9fd The blog that started a revolution: https://blog.janetacarr.com/clojure-needs-a-rails/ That Bird app: https://twitter.com/janetacarr?s=20&t=eiLptRxowdSY9gzCuV3N2w
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:ray-mcdermott (Has birthed, a repl-acement??)
1:10:57The tables have turned! Host of the defn podcast Ray Mcdermott shares his next big plans! Don't want to give too much away but you're gonna want to hear this! Could emacs be... usurped?? Find out his cunning plans for a repl-acement coming to a terminal near you. https://soundcloud.com/defn-771544745 https://twitter.com/raymcdermott https://github.com/repl-acement/editors Slack channel name is: #repl-acement on the clojurian's slack.
:djblue (Open the Portal with Chris B)
48:56The code is not a lie. Join Chris B and I as we chat about how tf we have the SAME story? Cool! Starting with Linux in HS to doing some scheming to finally finding ourselves at the 2019 Clojure Conj. He opens the portal into portal which is the cool kids introspection tool that you always wish you had! Fun chat! Some links: https://vimeo.com/223309989 = Stu's talk about programming at the REPL https://vlaaad.github.io/reveal/ https://github.com/djblue/portal
:joe-smith (Nabraska's Premier Dinner Party Host)
54:23Joe and I first met at StrangeLoop 2021 and got along great due to our similar "Code is Data, Data is Code" soapboxes. A long time employee of Cognitect he has now struck out on his own to build https://www.crescent.app/ . We chat "crypto bros", crypto vs web3, choosing clojure and datomic as "weapons of choice", what is so healthy about fried chicken and his fabulous thriving dinner party culture they've built in the Nebraska tech scene. https://pawlytics.com/ https://twitter.com/solussd
:pez (Peter Strömberg distills CIDER to make Calva)
1:09:56Calva is distilled from CIDER both in spirit (trying to recreate the CIDER experience in VS Code) and de facto, using much of the same tech.The latter means that, like with CIDER, Calva's Interactive Programming support is made from the produce of The Orchard by proxy of cider-nrepl, a collection of powerful nREPL ops.Calva also has a strong static suite, much thanks to clojure-lsp and clj-kondo Many people are enjoying Calva together with Portal or Reveal both of which are very strong and delightful tools for working with, and visualizing, result structures.Calva treats beginners, wether with Calva or Clojure, with an interactive Getting Started REPL experience.The getting started experience includes an interactive Clojure guide, which is hosted as one of the drams in the Dram repository. The goal is to bring the guides to any Clojure editor.The guide is also available in Zero-install browser version: Get Started with Clojure It is easy to Hack on Calva. PRs welcome! Reach out to the Calva Team and we will be happy to assist.The Calva Team: Peter Strömberg Brandon Ringe Cora Sutton Lukas Domagala If you want to sponsor Calva with donations, please see Sponsoring Calva
:daniel-higginbotham (The Brave and True Ale)
1:18:50If you only ever listen to one podcast of mine, make it this. It's soooooo good ya'll. I still got my warm and fuzzies. Get ready to get up in your feels. This is some profound stuff and it’s not just hash-map hobbits ya’ll. Gratitude, suffering, growth, trauma, cats, hierarchy and coersion, toxic techbros, dolphin communication, the Clouncil, giving back to the community, cats and soo much more. There’s a bit of darker section that I should warn you about starting from minute 35-40. Here are some links mentioned: Donut.system Your new favorite component library. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lvuwxzONXbQ https://gratefulplace.com/ The book The Body Keeps the Score by Sean Pratt, Bessel A. van der Kolk, et al. **Jackson Galaxy: Home**https://www.jacksongalaxy.com https://www.flyingmachinestudios.com/ Unwinding Anxiety by Judson Brewer [email protected] https://theclouncil.com/ @nonrecursive on slack and twitter Content warning- alcohol abuse, suicide at minute 35- 40 min.
1:01:36Had a blast being interviewed on the Functional Geekery Podcast! Here are some show notes: My Mentee at Emergent Works: https://mrjackson2400.github.io/ Dave Beazley: https://www.dabeaz.com/ Coursera Courses I used and recommend: https://www.coursera.org/search?query=university of michigan vouch.io
:paula-gearon (clojurista to the clojure.core)
50:42Since meeting at the conj a couple years ago, Paula has been a supportive friend and mentor of mine so I was delighted to have her on. Join us as we talk about her recent contributions to clojure, swimming as meditation, music as a hobby and her remorse (https://github.com/quoll/remorse).
52:14YO! I was invited on to the cognicast ! Here is the Lost in Lambduhhs cross post release. Apply to be a mentor and find out more about the Emergent Works program here: https://emergentworks.org/programs We are always looking for any type of people to help out and there are many ways to do so! Just apply here or contact me for more info. After a couple of small interviews you are matched with your mentee and then meet with them weekly for 12 weeks. You provide guidance and support to them as they navigate basic tech literacy and web dev skills. (You can also just support the mission by donating) Thanks!! Links: Will Acton/Lilactown defn podcast Conj re-frame Emergent Works Lyra Aerial Art Studio Spin Strange Loop ADHD WASD Keyboard Keychron K3 Lofree keyboads Linux Mint Outro music is "Hug The Line" by my buddy Kevin Rieth. Check him out on spotify! https://open.spotify.com/artist/0zF9vzqyiozoa5kHAeHNWA