The world's greatest vegetarian Clojure podcast. Support us on https://patreon.com/defn
Hosted by Vijay Kiran and Ray McDermott
#86 Kira McLean
We are back from long summer break with Kira McLean, clojurian and working on Clojure Data Cookbook.
Follow her on for updates and check out the data cook cookbook https://github.com/scicloj/clojure-data-cookbook
#85 Clojure Dart Duo: Christophe and Baptiste
Christophe (clojure) Grand (master) and Baptiste share the behind scenes of Clojure Dart project.
Check it out on: https://github.com/Tensegritics/ClojureDart
#84 - Debbie and Wilker Lúcio
We invited super cute and fabulous Debbie the Corgi and also Wilker who happened to be in the same room to talk about Clojure - creator of Pathom and EQL!
Check out the his blog on https://blog.wsscode.com/
#83 Tim Zöller aka The Java Hippie
We got Tim to talk about Dogs, Cheese and his journey into Clojure and test containers project and his startup!
Check his website: https://javahippie.net
#82 - Ben Sless
Ben Sless joined author of clj-fast (https://github.com/bsless/clj-fast/) us to tell the one weird trick to make your Clojure code blazing fast!
Check Ben's work in: https://bsless.github.io
#81 - Lojban edition with Joshua Suskalo
We had fantastic chat with Joshua learning a thing or two about coffi the clojure FFI and farolero that is bringing Common LISP conditionals to to clojure.
As far as we know, this is the first Clojure podcast to have Lojban in it!
We would love it if you can join us for first ever defn call in show live with Joshua on 13th February 20:00 CET on our discord https://discord.gg/dDWd75xC
A Fun Journey Through Clojure
If you are starting to learn Clojure this podcast is a great companion.
Discovered this podcast a week ago and have been doing a bit of binging. Nice stuff!! Great to have more good Clojure content! Thanks! I've been hoping for something like this for a while. Kepp up the great work.
I am not a vegetarian but have on accoasion been R rated.
Good initial impression
So far I am enjoying this podcast. The hosts have good chemistry and are very knowledgeable about clojure and the community. I like the focus on a particular topic for each episode.