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Michaël Salihi11:11:42

@pez Just watch your tutorial, well done! This definitely fills a gap, the most recent content on Youtube is several years old and not really tutorials but rather talks and showcase with the Re-natal stack. I see you opened a PR on http://cljrn.org to add a link to your repo, which is good. Maybe you should add one PR to add a link to this video too, no?

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pez12:11:47

Great. Thanks for the kind words! I’ve submitted a PR now. We should probably scrape Youtube for more recent material that hasn’t been added on http://cljrsn.org yet, I’m sure there most be some things that are missing from that list. Last entry was from 2018… 😃

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Michaël Salihi13:11:49

Yes, very good idea. :thumbsup: Eg. I remember this recent video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5k2T126JFCY who porting the Real World Conduit web app to cljsrn.

lepistane13:12:08

where do u even find this? how?

Michaël Salihi15:12:48

@U45SLGVHV I'm not 100% sure but here on Slack or Reddit I think. 🙂

lepistane16:12:25

how did i miss it ? XD i always see people share awesome resources here and have no idea where they found them thanks for sharing and caring 😄

Michaël Salihi16:12:57

You're welcolme. > i always see people share awesome resources here and have no idea where they found them Yeah, maybe it'll be interesting to create a simple ergonomic website with a classification of CLJ/CLJS resources by tags, etc. Little bit like https://www.clojure-toolbox.com/ for video. On 2021 -> todo list ! 🙂

pez14:11:46

Yes! I’ve seen that one. It is super nice. Should go on that list, for sure!

Michaël Salihi15:11:42

Done! PR added with this Flexsurfer video. 👍

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