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2019-05-08
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jacek.schae06:05:52

ClojureScript Podcast - Why ClojureScript with David Nolen https://clojurescriptpodcast.com/

mike85807:05:32

Ooh! First episode! I'm looking forward to it 🙂 Oh, and I don't know anything about how formatting works in podcast RSS feeds but in Overcast, none of the links in the show notes are linked.

jacek.schae09:05:59

I know, it’s a bit of a bummer with hosting this on soundcloud - it doesn’t support html, just text.

mike85810:05:03

Ah, OK. That's a shame :(

pez12:05:49

I've listened now. Superduper awesome. My only disagreement would be shadow wasn't highlighted as the easiest way to start with ClojureScript in many cases. It is so out-of-the-box just working! But I shouldn't derail from my praise of the episode... I loved the pace and how there were zero bullshit from start to get to the interesting stuff. Also, very, very good that you often took a few seconds to introduce all the buzz terms that get thrown around. Very professional and I think this episode should be shared in many developer communities where they might benefit from knowing Why ClojureScript?.

pez12:05:42

In fact, I'm about to share it in a Swedish dev community. What's the two-three sentence intro to who David Nolen is?

jacek.schae13:05:49

thank you so much for this kind words. Not sure if you can fit David into three sentences 🙂

pez13:05:18

Well, I'm mostly interested in a short intro about what his role is when it comes to ClojureScript. (Actually something for the show notes to inform about.)

jimmy15:05:53

David Nolen is the lead developer and maintainer of clojurescript.

pez17:05:45

Thanks, @ , I used that in my post. It's racking up quite a lot of interest already.

dcreno01:05:30

Just listened to it and I enjoyed it. Thanks for creating it.