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thomas07:08:11

making sure I can go on holiday...

thomas07:08:18

so handing over everything...

gklijs09:08:19

I only have 1,5 days left of holiday. Already kind of preparing with some java reactive spring boot. The mix of functional with object oriented can be confusing, clojure feels a lot simpler.

happyhacking09:08:39

Preparing for hackathon session for a client

thomas09:08:19

@gklijs yup, I tend to agree...

gklijs09:08:36

New client is on AWS so maybe in time I can do some Clojure with Datomic Ions. But not very likely.

borkdude11:08:08

I’m transforming things like "Stefano Cascinu, MProfessor" to [["Stefano"] ["Cascinu"]], "DrCKSwann ramani" to [["C" "K" "Swann"] ["ramani"]] and "Prof Prof Dr. med. George Niklaus Thalmann" to [["George" "Niklaus"] ["Thalmann"]]

borkdude11:08:58

and there are only 400k of them

borkdude11:08:54

I have no idea why anyone would fill in QRPE Proc.+Syst.Coord.-Clin.Trial Iin an author field

thomas13:08:06

sounds like you are having fun @borkdude!

vijaykiran16:08:53

So you are writing parser-combinators :stuck_out_tongue:

borkdude18:08:56

I almost went for it, but then my regex still worked :wink:

borkdude18:08:56

named groups are pretty helpful

borkdude18:08:48

Parser combinators make sense if there is a real grammar. This is just a bunch of crap.

vijaykiran18:08:52

I guess there's no parser that can't be replaced with regex. Except HTML parser :grin: