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2019-06-03
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alexyakushev08:06:09

New version of clj-async-profiler brings differential flamegraphs (which are useful for performance regression testing and performance tuning visibility) and a slightly improved UI. http://clojure-goes-fast.com/blog/clj-async-profiler-040/ https://github.com/clojure-goes-fast/clj-async-profiler

mpenet13:06:52

New version of tape https://github.com/mpenet/tape (codecs as option, sequential/seqable/reducible tailers, bump deps)

mpenet13:06:52

New version of tape https://github.com/mpenet/tape (codecs as option, sequential/seqable/reducible tailers, bump deps)

lanejo0115:06:50

Wow @, this is a great looking project. Nice job!

mpenet15:06:03

Thanks! It's still a bit rough around the edges (lack of docs especially) but I have been using it for a while without hiccups.

lanejo0115:06:01

It got me to read through the chronicle queue library. Really fascinating stuff. Also, kudos on your spandex library. We have been using it in production for a while now and itโ€™s worked very well.

mpenet15:06:31

๐Ÿ™‚ glad it helps

mpenet15:06:39

I don't use the distributed version tho, for this I would go to kafka instead. But it's a great alternative to factual/durable-queue

lanejo0115:06:40

Why do you recommend kafka instead?

mpenet15:06:22

Kafka is free and I expect more reliable

mpenet15:06:45

distributed/replicated chronicle queue requires the Enterprise version

blueberry16:06:37

[Clojure Book WIP] Deep Learning for Programmers, New Release 0.2.0 Published http://aiprobook.com/deep-learning-for-programmers/