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dorab16:10:33

Thanks to everyone who showed up and participated in the lively discussion. Thanks to Ticean for presenting. Here is a link to the "Performance Matters" talk that was mentioned. All the talks are on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-TLSBdHe1A

lukasz16:10:21

Sorry I couldn't make it yesterday, I almost twisted my ankle while skateboarding couple of days ago 🛹

dorab16:10:07

Oops. Hope you heal quickly.

dorab16:10:40

Here is a link to register for the DataHike meeting of scicloj that @nate mentioned. https://tinyurl.com/y2n3zlu4

lukasz16:10:04

Feeling better already - I just need to take it easy for the next couple of days - gives me the time to wrap up some of the libs I'm trying to open source 😉

dorab16:10:13

Yeah, you can put the downtime to productive use!

lukasz16:10:48

that's the plan!

dorab17:10:41

Here is a link to the "fast startup for clojure shell scripts using graalvm" I'd mentioned https://github.com/borkdude/babashka

nate17:10:41

oh yeah, I'm a big fan of borkdude's stuff, he also has clj-kondo and jet, both of which I use

lukasz17:10:29

clj-kondo is awesome

lukasz17:10:41

I'm working on a codeclimate engine for it, to replace kibit

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ticean17:10:20

TIL that Sean Corfield’s clj-new project generator supports modifying existing projects! The existing options are low-level but looks like a good starting point. https://github.com/seancorfield/clj-new#clj-generators

lukasz17:10:48

ooh, handy

lukasz17:10:08

we have a bash script and a git repo for that :thinking_face:

lukasz17:10:44

the upside is that our project template is a real clojure app and can be tested in the CI etc

lukasz17:10:56

(something I think is harder to do with lein templates)

ticean17:10:02

i’ve only worked with lein templating in the past. so don’t know much about clj-new.

ticean17:10:31

But the readme says there’s a built-in template for generating new templates, and they can be tested with clj -A:test:runner.