The world's greatest vegetarian Clojure podcast. Support us on https://patreon.com/defn
Hosted by Vijay Kiran and Ray McDermott
#74 - Will Acton and the greatest Clojure podcast Crossover!
Will Acton joins the "mobcast" to talk about Martial arts, Punk Music and a bit about his Clojure projects hx and Helix!
We are honoured to have @lambduhhh (https://linktr.ee/lambduhhh) as a guest-host in the greatest Clojure podcast crossover!
#73 - Paula Gearon
In this epi(c)sode we had a blast chatting with Paula, graph database and Clojure expert, and creator Asami https://github.com/threatgrid/asami
Check it out!
#72 Chris Badahdah from Phoenix!
Chris takes us into his Clojure Portal and other Clojure adventures :)
Check his awesome tool: https://djblue.github.io/portal/
#71 - The true and brave Daniel Higginbotham
We talk to Daniel and try to settle the age old dispute between the Higginbotham clan and the Higginbotham clan.
There is some #Clojure stuff in the episode too ;)
#70 - Yehonathan Sharvit
The second coming of Yehonathan on defn, who brought us Klipse, in which he talks about what/why/how of data oriented programming and why Clojure is the best language for data oriented programming with a dash of christian theology.
#69 - Mike Fikes
Episode 69 - we go back to our first ever guest, Mike Fikes, creator of ambly, replete and bringing Clojurescript to microcontrollers!
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.