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slipset06:01:18

@hiredman thanks for that write up on reducers. Curiously it references a blogpost by Rich that seems to be unreachable: http://clojure.com/blog/2012/05/15/anatomy-of-reducer.html @alexmiller any way to resurrect this?

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seancorfield07:01:43

I bet there were a whole bunch of posts on that site that would be worth resurrecting...

alexmiller13:01:24

I moved all of the good ones to http://clojure.org years ago

alexmiller13:01:27

That one one may have been so old it fell off my radar but I can track it down and add it

alexmiller13:01:37

For now, should be able to find it in way back machine

slipset22:01:06

Thank you Alex!

seancorfield22:01:27

It's actually really interesting to go back and re-read those, nearly seven years later, now that we've had transducers in language for several years.

alexmiller23:01:42

Yep, it was the first steps for sure and a lot of it is equally applicable.