Best Clojure podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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defn
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The world's greatest vegetarian Clojure podcast. Support us on https://patreon.com/defnHosted by Vijay Kiran and Ray McDermott
 
Each week, we discuss a software design problem and how we might solve it using functional principles and the Clojure programming language.
 
Since 2001, the No Fluff Just Stuff Software Symposium Tour has delivered over 525 events with over 85,000 attendees. NFJS is known for its attendee centric approach, excellent speakers and technically rich presentations which cover the latest trends within the modern software development and architecture space. Bring your team to a local No Fluff Just Stuff Tour Stop and join us for a one-of-a-kind experience! Go to nofluffjuststuff.com for more details!
 
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defn
Monthly
 
The world's greatest vegetarian Clojure podcast. Support us on https://patreon.com/defnHosted by Vijay Kiran and Ray McDermott
 
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The REPL
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A podcast diving into the technical details behind Clojure programs
 
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Apropos #Clojure
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Podcast by Apropos crew
 
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Illegal Argument
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Mark, Greg, and Peter's bi-weekly discussion about topics relating to the Java/JVM space with an Auckland and New Zealand focus.
 
A podcast by Cognitect, Inc. about software and the people that create it. We frequently talk about Clojure, ClojureScript, Datomic, agile software development, distributed systems, functional programming, and lots of other wonderfully geeky things.
 
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Functional Geekery
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Functional Geeks, Geeking Functionally
 
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Illegal Argument
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Mark, Greg, and Peter's bi-weekly discussion about topics relating to the Java/JVM space with an Auckland and New Zealand focus.
 
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Coder Radio
Weekly
 
A weekly talk show taking a pragmatic look at the art and business of Software Development and related technologies.
 
(when we get around to it)
 
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Turing-Incomplete
Monthly
 
A Podcast About Programming
 
We believe all aspects of technology are separated by six degrees or less. Our mission is to prove it!
 
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Turing-Incomplete
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A Podcast About Programming
 
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Herding Code
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A technology podcast with Scott Allen, Kevin Dente, Scott Koon and Jon Galloway
 
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Code Speak Loop
Monthly
 
Code-(Eval)-Speak Loop.We speak about code (and not only).
 
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Codepunk
Monthly
 
A cyberpunk, cyber-culture, and software engineering web site from Bill Ahern and Michael Szul that looks at the intersection of programming, technology, and the digital lifestyle.
 
Unsupported Operation: Weekly Java and JVM News from Richard and Mark.
 
Podcasting about programming, the business of software, and otherwise making fools of ourselves.
 
Programming Throwdown attempts to educate Computer Scientsts and Software Engineers on a cavalcade of programming and tech topics. Every show covers a new programming language, so listeners will be able to speak intelligently about any programming language. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Store
 
Conversations about Software Engineering (CaSE) is an interview podcast for software developers and architects about Software Engineering and related topics. We release a new episode every three weeks.
 
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Being The Worst
Monthly
 
Audio apprenticeships for the aspiring software craftsman. Currently exploring DDD, Event Sourcing, CQRS, distributed systems, cross-platform, cross-cloud, & cross-language software delivery.
 
In this Podcast series, ThoughtWorks shares insights by developers for developers.
 
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Appcanary Podcast
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Appcanary makes sure you never run vulnerable software on your servers. This is their podcast.
 
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Zach Tellman talks about writing Elements of Clojure, some of the work he's done in Clojure over the last ten years, and what's next. Elements of Clojure Ideolalia Bifurcan comparison to other data structures Jorge Luis Borges Standing in the Shadow of Giants CLJ-1517 - unrolled small vectors CLJ-1415 - Keyword cache cleanup incurs linear scan ...…
 
After 10 years of diligently maintaining the CLR version of Clojure, David discusses the project for the first time.It was our absolute pleasure to speak with David and discover his motivations, ideas and plans for the next generation of the CLR port.David on GitHub - https://github.com/dmillerClojure on the CLR - https://clojure.org/about/cloj ...…
 
Christoph needs to test his logic, but he must pry it from the clutches of side effects. Last week we ended up with “imperative mud”: lots of nested I/O and logic. (01:45) Difficult to test when all the I/O and logic are mixed together. Object-oriented programming advocates for “mocking” objects with side-effects Mocking reinforces and expands ...…
 
Mike's back with thoughts on his recent adventures with the Windows Subsystem for Linux and what it might mean for the future of Linux development. Plus the hurdles of working with an eGPU, why you should learn languages you might not use, and a neat pick for playing with HTTP. Links: Mike's eGPU Goodness Moving on from Rails and what’s next — ...…
 
After 10 years of diligently maintaining the CLR version of Clojure, David discusses the project for the first time.It was our absolute pleasure to speak with David and discover his motivations, ideas and plans for the next generation of the CLR port.David on GitHub - https://github.com/dmillerClojure on the CLR - https://clojure.org/about/cloj ...…
 
It seems like every time we solve one problem, it opens the door to a more complex problem. Tools like docker and Kubernetes have solved many problems, but at the cost of increased complexity and increased developer stress. To quote Mark Richards: "It used to take me four months to build, not it just takes four months to configure." Tour regula ...…
 
Mike’s away so Chris joins Wes to discuss running your workstation from RAM, the disappointing realities of self driving cars, and handling the ups and downs of critical feedback. Links: America’s Cities Are Running on Software From the ’80s — Even San Francisco’s tech chops can’t save it from relying on computers that belong in a museum. Intel ...…
 
00:00:00: Intro 00:01:25: Java 12 Is Upon Us 39 New Features (and APIs) in JDK 12 Mapping With Switch Expressions 00:12:31: Supporting Multiple JVM Versions In Libraries Apache Maven Compiler Plugin: Multi Release multi-release-jar-maven-plug Building Java 6-8 Libraries for JPMS in Gradle 00:34:20: Graal Micronaut on Graal Quarkus Microservices ...…
 
00:00:00: Intro 00:01:25: Java 12 Is Upon Us 39 New Features (and APIs) in JDK 12 Mapping With Switch Expressions 00:12:31: Supporting Multiple JVM Versions In Libraries Apache Maven Compiler Plugin: Multi Release multi-release-jar-maven-plug Building Java 6-8 Libraries for JPMS in Gradle 00:34:20: Graal Micronaut on Graal Quarkus Microservices ...…
 
Has the Internet killed the library? When information is free and accessible from everywhere, what remains for the institutions that championed the spread of knowledge? With the digitization of music, movies, and books, is there still a place for physical media catalogs, tomes of knowledge, and research between the stacks. In this episode, we t ...…
 
Nate gets messy finding ingredients for his algorithm cake. Last week we focused on how to determine what to post. This week we focus on getting the data so we can compare it. (01:55) Once again, we’ll use component to organize our app. What components should we have? Component 1: The worker that wakes up, checks the DB, checks Twitter, and pos ...…
 
Colin Fleming talks about building Cursive IDE on the IntelliJ platform Cursive IDE The IntelliJ Platform
 
Mike explores the state of Xamarin.Android development on Linux, and we talk frameworks versus libraries and what Rails got right. Plus adventures with rust on MacOS, your feedback, and more! Links: Feedback from Eric — I like Python as well but since I spend most of my day in .Net Framework/Core I tend to prefer dotnet-script. dotnet-script — ...…
 
By ProgrammingThrowdown@gmail.com (Patrick Wheeler and Jason Gauci).
 
#47 - Tommi Reiman by defn
 
#47 - Tommi Reiman by defn
 
00:00:00: Intro 00:02:37: Java 11 Is Here Java 11 Released 00:07:22: JEP 342: The JVM and Spectre 00:10:42: Chrome Blocking Add Blockers Google Chrome could soon kill off most ad-blocker extensions 00:15:06: Integrity In Tool Usage 00:20:33: Pharo Release Pharo 7 Released Monticella is a distributed, optimistic, concurrent, versioning system fo ...…
 
00:00:00: Intro 00:02:37: Java 11 Is Here Java 11 Released 00:07:22: JEP 342: The JVM and Spectre 00:10:42: Chrome Blocking Add Blockers Google Chrome could soon kill off most ad-blocker extensions 00:15:06: Integrity In Tool Usage 00:20:33: Pharo Release Pharo 7 Released Monticella is a distributed, optimistic, concurrent, versioning system fo ...…
 
Christoph questions his attempts to post to Twitter. This week, continuing to dig into the “Twitter problem”. We want to post to Twitter on a schedule. “Writing code to help out with laziness.” Start with data to keep track of: inside (our data) and outside (Twitter data) “Data from a foreign land.” We need to determine our “working view” of Tw ...…
 
This week we're joined by Sean Hunter, author of Aurelia in Action. He gives us the history as well as the current state of the Aurelia framework. Aurelia is a JavaScript client framework for web, mobile and desktop that leverages simple conventions to empower your creativity. It is simple, lightweight, yet powerful. Follow Sean on Twitter…
 
We debate Rust’s role as a replacement for C, and share our take on the future of gaming with Google's Stadia. Plus Objective-C's return to grace, Mike’s big bet on .NET, and more! Links: The RedMonk Programming Language Rankings: January 2019 — The idea is not to offer a statistically valid representation of current usage, but rather to correl ...…
 
Jonathan Boston discusses Clojure, business, the best and worst code he wrote last year, and the ClojureScript community. ClojureScript Made Easy My Worst and Best Code of 2018 10,000 core.async processes
 
Download / Listen: Herding Code 231: .NET Foundation Elections, WSL, MAX_PATH, calc.exe, Edge on Chromium, Firefox, and Rogue Thermostats http://herdingcode.com/wp-content/uploads/HerdingCode-0231-Discussion.mp3 Kevin, K Scott, and Jon talk about .NET Foundation Elections, WSL, MAX_PATH, calc.exe, Edge on Chromium, Firefox, and Rogue Thermostat ...…
 
Nate wants to tweet regularly, so he asks Clojure for some help. Problem: pre-author tweets so they can get posted automatically. Want to make a “full stack” application this time. Sounds complicated, what do we need? Database of tweets: text to tweet and timestamp when it should be tweeted. Frontend is a single-page application (SPA) that make ...…
 
#46 - Roman Liutikov by defn
 
#46 - Roman Liutikov by defn
 
Kotlin is an exciting new language for the JVM from the folks at Jetbrains. Kotlin has been making waves for a couple years now in the Android space but, as a general purpose language, it is finding it's way into many projects and developers seem to love it! For those of us who haven't been hands-on yet, Ken gives us an overview of the language ...…
 
Carin Meier talks about the Clojure MXNet package, MXNet, Scala interop with Java, and ML in society MXNet Clojure MXnet tvm-clj on The REPL Scala - Clojure interop utility namespace MXNet Issues tagged with Clojure Clojure MXNet contribution needs Clojurians Slack - #mxnet MXNet Slack joining info Other machine learning libraries Cortex dl4clj ...…
 
Artificial intelligence algorithms have been making the news recently when it comes to the production of art--whether paintings, fiction, or the photography of human beings that don't actually exist. With the humanities as possibly the last bastion of non-automated, human-centered exploration, do these encroachments portend an end to human-domi ...…
 
We join the fight between Apple and Spotify, and debate the meaning of 'fair play' in the App Store and the browser wars. Plus some thoughts on the lessons learned from the 737 MAX, an Elastic Beanstalk PSA, and more! Links: Microsoft proves the critics right: We’re heading toward a Chrome-only Web | Ars Technica — Last week, Microsoft made a m ...…
 
Christoph and Nate discuss the flavor of pure data. “The reduction of the good stuff.” “We filter the points and reduce the good ones.” Concept 1: To use the power of Clojure core, you give it functions as the“vocabulary” to describe your data. “predicate” function: produce truth values about your data “view” or “extractor” function: returns a ...…
 
I talk with Shaun Lebron about my recent Clojure formatting proposal The formatting proposal on ClojureVerse Elastic Tabstops Formatter repository
 
Mike has salvaged a success story from the dumpster fire of the Google+ shutdown, and Wes shares his grief about brittle and repetitive unit tests. Plus Mike reviews the System76 Darter Pro, our tool of the week, and some fantastic audience feedback. Links: TechSNAP Episode 388: The One About eBPF — eBPF is a technology that you’re going to be ...…
 
Nate wants to see more than data structures in a REPL. Goal: see a text-based calendar of hours worked by day and week. “With the power of the predicate, I summon thee from the bag of data!” If data items share structure, you only need one predicate function, not separate functions per “type”. Common pattern: filter then map, then reduce Output ...…
 
For better or worse, the industry has coalesced around the big three frameworks: Angular, React and Vue. Each framework has it's own strengths and weaknesses, and Vue has positioned itself nicely as a balance between the ultra-opinionated Angular and the laissez-faire React. In this episode we discuss all three, why we're excited about Vue and ...…
 
Mike breaks down what it takes to build a proper iOS build server, and leaves the familiar shallows of Debian for the open waters of openSUSE. Plus Wes’ reluctant ruby adventures and our pick to ease your javascript packaging woes. Links: rbenv: Groom your app’s Ruby environment — Use rbenv to pick a Ruby version for your application and guaran ...…
 
By ProgrammingThrowdown@gmail.com (Patrick Wheeler and Jason Gauci).
 
Christoph wants to teach filter some vocabulary. Continuing our discussion of rummaging through the big bag of data. Mental shift for solving the problem: Prior thinking: one function that has to look at all entries New thinking: filter out irrelevant entries then reduce on just those New mentality emphasizes the problem of “picking” over “comb ...…
 
This week I'm joined by Esther Derby and we discuss how tech teams get so toxic and dysfunctional and what we can do about it. Esther will be speaking at a few shows this year including the Northern Virginia Software Symposium and our flagship event, Uberconf. Esther is the co-author of Behind Closed Doors - Secrets of great management along wi ...…
 
The three of us debate when to go full serverless, and if ditching servers is worth the cost. Plus the battle against the Cult of Swift gains new allies. Links: Marco Arment on Twitter — Add up all of the time you’ve spent learning Swift from scratch, accommodating its strictness, fighting its buggy tools, migrating your code through language c ...…
 
What lies ahead in the future of robotics and artificial intelligence? Will we truly be able to build a conscious machine? In what ways have science fiction and cyberpunk informed research in this area? In this episode, we take a look at the film Ex Machina, and discuss both the technological and psychological aspects of the story of Nathan, Ca ...…
 
Nate finds it easier to get a broad view without a microscope. After last week’s diversion into time math, we are back to the core problem this week. Now we want a total by date. Need to refactor the function to return the date in addition to minutes. “We’re letting the code grow up into the problem.” “Let’s let the problem pull the code out of ...…
 
This week I sit with Ben Hall and Jon Johnson to discuss an incredible tool for software engineers to learn, teach, and polish their craft - Katacoda. It is interactive, hands-on learning at it's finest with zero friction. Jon has been increasingly using Katacoda to share knowledge at work, as part of his talks, and to pick up new skills in his ...…
 
Arne Brasseur talks about Kaocha, Heart of Clojure, Lambda Island, and Clojureverse Kaocha Fudge Midge Avdi Grimm - Transaction Fallacy Kaocha docs on cljdoc Clojurists Together funding announcement Clojurists Together projects Heart of Clojure Announcing Clojureverse Lambda Island Guide to Clojure REPLs Figwheel Main + CIDER + Clojure CLI vide ...…
 
The guys discuss the real last bastion of scratch your own itch, and debate the merits of recent C# functional programing fads that are transforming the language. Plus Mike’s swimming in hardware, and a new movement sweeping the web that starts right here. Links: Yo, Thelio! - dominickm.com — Overall, I am very happy with Thelio and if you’re i ...…
 
Stefan Tilkov talks with Richard Rodger about message-based, generic microservices Richard’s website Richard‘s book “The Tao of Microservices” Microservices.io patterns website Sam Newman’s book “Building Microservices”
 
Christoph discovers that time creates its own alternate universe. Continuing our exploration of “literate” time logs We want a function to turn the timestamps into minutes. Format: Fri Feb 08 2019 11:30-13:45 Keep it simple: extract times with a regex and use math minutes in day = hours * 60 + minutes total minutes = end minutes - starting minu ...…
 
This week developer, architect, and open source contributor David Sietz and I sit and discuss how enterprises can adopt the open source model, the challenges, the benefits, and some of the culture changes necessary.
 
The gangs all together and cover your poignant feedback right out of the gate. Then we jump into the psychological trap of freelancing, and imagine a world where app stores are a true level playing field. Plus some really fun picks, a bit of hoopla, and more. Links: Feedback from Steve: Employment vs self-employment — Just a comment regarding a ...…
 
Links of interest:https://datopia.iohttps://nervous.io/https://github.com/nervous-systems/sputterhttps://github.com/replikativ/datahike
 
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