All post for tag "clojure"
Written by Sebastian on Nov 3, 2017 in Dev
Setting up new projects is always exciting, but if you have done it a few times, it's getting old quick. I have set up a few projects in the last time and I believe I have a nice setup going which I'm about to share with everybody interested. There is nothing new in here and if you are a seasoned Clojure developer, you might not learn much. If you are just starting out or have some work done in Clojure but need a working setup or some input on your current setup, you are at the right place.
Written by Sebastian on Oct 23, 2017 in Dev
Almost a year ago I wrote my last blog post on this blog. It wasn't planned, it just happened. I was busy doing other, unrelated things and while I sometimes had something to say, I never took the time to take it to my blog. As with many things which are not top priority, it got lost along the way.
Written by Sebastian on Dec 21, 2016 in Dev
After "The setup" and "The beginning", my time with Clojure was somewhat limited due to pre-christmas stress. But this gave me time to reflect on what I learned so far, what I liked and didn't like. I also attended the December Meetup by (clojure 'vienna) and pair programmed Clojure for a few hours.
Written by Sebastian on Dec 8, 2016 in Dev
After "The setup", I dove right into Clojure. As said before, I want to get to know Clojure by working on Advent of Code (AoC). I realize that coding puzzles and dojos and katas are not real world applications and one might miss certain things like performance or running an application in production. But they are small enough to provide fast feedback and to not hit a big wall. Even if I am not able to solve one, I can always skip that and keep going with another puzzle.
Written by Sebastian on Dec 5, 2016 in Dev
In the last week I started playing with Clojure. The reason for this are some upcoming projects with the blossom Team. The stack will most likely be Clojure in the backend and ClojureScript in the frontend. So I better up my game. I started with the Advent of Code to have some real world exposure and not just write complicated "Hello, World" code. I'm planning on writing a series of blog posts, documenting my journey.