Episode – Mostly λazy…a Clojure podcast

Episode – Mostly λazy…a Clojure podcast
By Chas Emerick
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Mostly Lazy is a podcast dedicated to filling your ear with Clojure-related stuffs. Language, libraries, tools, community, functional programming, the apps and businesses people are creating with Clojure, and conversations with all the people involved.
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April 30, 2014
Earlier this month, I had the good fortune to sit down with Ben Orenstein (@r00k), who is the host of Thoughtbot’s Giant Robots Smashing into other Giant Robots Podcast.  (He has quite the slick recording arrangement there, with pop filters, “real” microphones, and even a producer that knows what he’s doing…hi Thom!) Anyway, we had […]
Jan. 13, 2014
Toby Crawley (@tcrawley) and Jim Crossley (@jcrossley3) (shown to the left, respectively), among other things, are the primary instigators behind Immutant, the Clojure application platform built on top of the JBoss Application Server.  The tl;dr on Immutant is that it provides many of the same infrastructure services that many “platforms” provide (e.g. clustered queuing, caching, […]
May 30, 2013
Craig Andera (@craigandera) has been using and speaking about Clojure for years, especially notably of late as the tireless host of the long-running Relevance podcast, where he has interviewed a wide array of personalities (both inside and outside of Relevance, where he is a full-time Clojure developer) that impact and influence Clojure and the space […]
Jan. 4, 2013
Paul deGrandis (@ohpauleez) and Kevin Lynagh (@lynaghk) are two anchors of the Clojure community, perhaps especially of the ClojureScript wing.  Both Portlanders, they’ve been elbow-deep in core.logic and a ton of ClojureScript tools and libraries like shoreleave, cljx, c2, and more.  They’ve stormed the Clojure world in the past year or two, going from zero […]
Sept. 21, 2012
Phil Hagelberg (a.k.a. technomancy just about everywhere) has been a constant presence in the Clojure world for years.  Best known for starting the Leiningen project — which he continues to maintain as part of his duties at Heroku — Phil has had his fingers in all sorts of open source pots, including Clojure itself, a […]
Aug. 30, 2012
I had a lot of fun catching up with Anthony Grimes (@IORayne on Twitter and Raynes in #clojure irc). One of the most prolific Clojure programmers I know (in terms of project count anyway!), Anthony has been a fixture in the community for years, and was the “sponsoree” of the 2010 Clojure Conj scholarship. He […]
Aug. 14, 2012
I was stoked to reboot Mostly Lazy by talking yesterday with Chris Houser (a.k.a. Chouser), this time via Skype.  It’s good to be back! Enjoy! Listen: Or, download the mp3 directly. Discrete Topics The 2012 State of Clojure survey results came in recently Discussion on the effect of duplicate values in set literals (and duplicate […]
March 13, 2012
Recorded November 12th, 2011, the fourth and final recording in a series of conversations from Clojure Conj 2011. Chris Houser (usually known as chouser online) has been working with Clojure longer than nearly anyone else; he started tinkering with the language in early 2008, and was a fixture in #clojure irc and on the mailing […]
Feb. 3, 2012
Recorded November 12th, 2011, third in a series of conversations from Clojure Conj 2011. I caught up with Hugo Duncan and Antoni Batchelli (everyone calls him Toni 😉 during one of the lunch breaks at the Conj.  These guys have been on a tear with Pallet, an open source Clojure project that Hugo started in […]
Dec. 30, 2011
Recorded November 12th, 2011, second in a series of conversations from Clojure Conj 2011. I had a chance to sit down with Chris Granger on the last night of the Conj.  It’s been fun to watch him over the past months put out a set of really pleasant-to-use and extraordinarily well-documented and well-packaged libraries, and […]
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