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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.
 
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
 
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Second part of the discussion with Chris starting with dataset.Chris on GitHub - https://github.com/cnuernberTechAscent - https://techascent.comdtype next - https://github.com/cnuernber/dtype-next dataset - https://github.com/techascent/tech.ml.datasetVideo Courses:https://clojure.streamhttps://learnpedestal.comhttps://learndatomic.comhttps://learn…
 
Chris on GitHub - https://github.com/cnuernberTechAscent - https://techascent.comdtype next - https://github.com/cnuernber/dtype-next dataset - https://github.com/techascent/tech.ml.datasetVideo Courses:https://clojure.streamhttps://learnpedestal.comhttps://learndatomic.comhttps://learnreitit.comhttps://learnreframe.comhttps://learnreagent.comhttps…
 
Our Guests Michiel Borkent (borkdude) Topics Sci Babashka Joyride His many projects and developing software in general SUBSCRIBING TO THE COGNICAST The show is available on iTunes! You can also subscribe to the podcast using our podcast feed. You can send feedback about the show to podcast@cognitect.com. Thanks for listening! CREDITS HOST Our host …
 
In this episode I talk with Katja Mordaunt and Adam Warski. We talk Katja’s and Adam’s introduction to software, being on the LambdaDays 2022 Programme Committee, a peek what being on the Programme Committee looks like, introducing new people to functional programming, and more. Our Guests, Katja Mordaunt and Adam Warksi Katja Mordaunt katjam on: E…
 
Sponsor Michael - https://github.com/sponsors/borkdudeMichiel on twitter - https://twitter.com/borkdudeMichiel on github - https://github.com/borkdudenbb - https://github.com/babashka/nbbbabashka - https://github.com/borkdude/babashkaVideo Courses:https://clojure.streamhttps://learnpedestal.comhttps://learndatomic.comhttps://learnreitit.comhttps://…
 
The 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.…
 
Furkan on Twitter - https://twitter.com/furkan3ayraktarFurkan on GitHub - https://github.com/furkan3ayraktarScrintal - https://www.scrintal.comScrintal's story explained in Scrintal - https://beta.scrintal.com/b/final-scrintal-board--jtultPolylith - https://polylith.gitbook.io/polylith/Polylith is a software architecture that applies functional thi…
 
The 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/223309…
 
In this episode I talk with Laura M. Castro. We talk her introduction to Erlang, Final Project and Ph.D. around Erlang, Research and Teaching using Erlang and Elixir, the Erlang Ecosystem Foundation, Code Beam Lite, Erlang Workshops and more. Our Guest, Laura M. Castro. @lauramcastro on Twitter lauramcastro on Github https://lauramcastro.github.io/…
 
Joe 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 chic…
 
In this episode I talk with Aleksander Lisiecki. We talk his introduction to Erlang, non-standard use cases for Erlang and Elixir, Erlang and Elixir School, and more. Our Guest, Aleksander Lisiecki. @AlekLisiecki on Twitter aleklisi on Github Aleksander’s Email at Erlang Solutions Announcements ElixirConf EU is taking place the 9th and 10th of June…
 
In this episode, Christian talks with Nubank's Ed Wible, Justin Gehtland and Lindsey Bleimes and answers questions from nubankers on a variety of topics. Cognitect and Nubank are hiring!! Join a great team! Our Guests Ed Wible Justin Gehtland Lindsey Bleimes Topics How to build and scale a team which uses unique technologies? Mergers and Acquisitio…
 
Calva 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…
 
Nikita on GitHub - https://github.com/tonsky Nikita on Twitter - https://twitter.com/nikitonsky Nikita's Blog - https://tonsky.me/ Clojure Sublimed - https://github.com/tonsky/Clojure-SublimedGrumpy Website - https://grumpy.website Alabaster, a Minimalist Color Scheme:* for Sublime Text* for VS Code* for IntelliJSupport the podcast:Learn Idiomatic …
 
In this episode I talk with Renzo Borgatti. We talk his introduction to Clojure, learning the extended vocabulary of Clojure, his book Clojure: The Essential Reference, gems in the Clojure language, side projects, and much more. Our Guest, Renzo Borgatti. @reborg on Twitter reborg on Github https://reborg.net/ Clojure: The Essential Reference from …
 
If 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, givi…
 
Paula on Twitter https://twitter.com/quollPaula on GitHub https://github.com/quollSemantic Web https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semantic_WebSPARQL https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SPARQLAsami https://github.com/threatgrid/asamiSupport the podcast:Learn Idiomatic Clojure https://clojure.streamGitHub Sponsors: https://github.com/sponsors/jacekschae…
 
In this episode, Robert talks with Peter Strömberg (PEZ) about Calva, knife sharpening, prioritizing work, finding answers, curiosity, user feedback, collaborations and sponsorships. Cognitect and Nubank are hiring!! Join a great team! Our Guest, Peter Strömberg Twitter Website Topics Knife Sharpening Tutorial Calva How to contribute to Calva How C…
 
In this episode I talk with Yehonathan Sharvit. We talk his upcoming book Data Oriented Programming, what Data Oriented Programming is, how it differs from Functional Programming, how DOP fits with typed languages, and more. Our Guest, Yehonathan Sharvit @viebel on Twitter viebel on Github https://blog.klipse.tech/ Data Oriented Programming from Ma…
 
In this episode I talk with Jordan Miller. We talk her breaking into to software development, activity in the Clojure community, redefining open source contributions, mentoring, and much more. Our Guest, Jordan Miller. Jordan Miller Announcements The Big Elixir is taking place March 24th and 25th in New Orleans. Save 20% on tickets you use the code…
 
In this episode I talk with Claude Rubinson. We talk his experience learning and using functional programming as a sociologist, organizing software user groups, and more. Our Guest, Claude Rubinson. Claude Rubinson Houston Functional Programmers website Houston Functional Programmers on Twitter OCaml Café on Twitter Announcements :clojureD is takin…
 
YO! 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/programsWe 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 coupl…
 
Yukkin it up with some buddies! Yet again I crash the Defn Podcast party- and let me tell you a PARTY it is. This is a crosspost and was recorded a month or two ago while I was on the road traveling through CA. [for some context] At the time of recording I was posted up in a sorry excuse for a hotel room with SHAMEFULLY SLOW internet in lovely(?) S…
 
In one of my favorite ways to find people, I (well, Ray from Defn Podcast) came across Kira sharing some clojure lovin thoughts on that little bird app. Hear our soothing voices talk a little bit of shit on javascript, a lot a bit a shit on ego driven development, the importance of work life balance, how to pull off digital nomad life, spec, testin…
 
Renzo Borgatti talks about what he learnt while creating his reference of the Clojure standard library, and about the re:Clojure conference. Clojure, The Essential Reference, use the discount code “podrepl20” for a 40% discount on all products seque - clojure.core History of Clojure paper - A History of Clojure talk, A History of Clojure (PDF) use-…
 
YASSS, MY MAN! This is one for the history books, my friends. I got to chat with one of my favorite clojureverse role models of all time: Eric Normand!! We hear about his new book titled "Grokking Simplicity" published by Manning (discount codes below!!). We hear a little about his life and personal history in regards to how he got into creating in…
 
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