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2016-02-12
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spinningtopsofdoom15:02:46

I'll be giving the next meetup talk on Introductory ClojureScript (e.g. setup, repl, compilation, tools to use). If you have anything you want me to cover let me know.

kliph15:02:27

Happy to announce that @spinningtopsofdoom will be speaking at Clojure West parrot

echristopherson15:02:00

I'm still wondering if anyone's using lighttable

echristopherson15:02:14

I am pretty impressed with it but I felt that it lacked polish last time I tried

kliph17:02:05

I have not used lighttable, @spinningtopsofdoom did you look at it?

spinningtopsofdoom17:02:22

I used it when it first came out, but haven't actively used in years. I've looked at it ~2 weeks ago it has the same look and feel as when the production release was first announced.

echristopherson17:02:13

I was actually excited about the preproduction one because it seemed to be opinionated about dealing with blocks of code rather than files per se

echristopherson17:02:23

or at least the developer wasn't supposed to think in terms of files

echristopherson17:02:05

and I kind of envisioned an editor where you could slide those blocks around however you wanted... of course you could just do that with splits in others editors, so I dunno

echristopherson17:02:52

also I like the worksheet approach (still in the current one) whereby you get the value of each line right after the line... but it's a little buggy

echristopherson17:02:13

but then I have a propensity at times to focus too much on the editor and not code

kliph20:02:02

hey @randyg503

randyg50320:02:45

howdy @kliph found the following interesting, never seen it before....https://juxt.pro/radar.html

echristopherson20:02:26

how cool! does that exist for any other languages?

randyg50320:02:15

@echristopherson: apparently JUXT borrowed the concept from http://thoughtworks.com (which appears to have additional interesting radars)

echristopherson21:02:38

I'd like to see those animated

echristopherson21:02:58

looks like once something's no longer novel they (thoughtworks) drop it from the radar