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I just had to explain to me colleagues here that you have to put your tea mug in order of arrival next to the kettle, in a nice orderly row! 🍵
when you were explaining queuing for tea were you able to do it in Dutch or could you only think through the problem in English? #sapif-whorf #arrivalspoilers
plug for my tweet - our Berlin friends: https://twitter.com/juxtpro/status/803886774741307393
@glenjamin there are about 40 people here... on a good day (people work from home, other locations and customers etc). and no we don't have one of those taps. but there are two coffee machines that seem to get a lot of use (I don't drink coffee at all)
Re my selenium/cucumber problem I talked about last night... I found what is causing it... no fix yet though.
still here, still no baby, it all calmed down (again) last night. I actually went in to work today 😞
@thomas: yes, I could use clojure.spec.test to generate recipes too, we just didn't get around to that at the dojo
@korny - Waiting for new baby is like waiting for SBT to finish compiling. Eventually it will happen 😄
@mccraigmccraig never thought about poisoning but that can happen with a kettle (infection surely not a problem with the heat of the water). Scalds was my concern
is a standing tap more dangerous than people wondering around with a kettle full of boiling water ?
@glenjamin I let the cat out of the bag a week or two ago by accident but that one was the first intentional mention! 😉
@mccraigmccraig I am not saying my concerns are reasonable....just am I the only one to have them. Before I realised there were safety mechanisms I had horrible images of children being scalded. May just be that a childhood friend's sister was scalded (by water from a kettle) and I have that in my sub-concious
Quick question; what's the easiest way to write a small CLI using Clojure nowadays? Any useful libraries / lein templates etc for simple argument capture?
In particular, I was looking at https://github.com/roximity/rox-cli-template
@korny that's what I was going to do, but coming from Ruby, the first thing you do is look for an idiom and preferably a library to perform the desired magic 😉
The boot option looks ideal although I've not used boot yet, so there might be a little learning curve and I'd like to get this nailed in a couple of hours.
I also like the cleanness of uberjars - they just work, they will always work, doesn’t matter what else I have installed on my system.
when I’m building a cli app, I usually want 3 things:
- a command-line parser, I tend to use the standard
- a config file handler (usually, for bigger apps) - I like aero from those juxt folks
- a logger (again for bigger apps) - probably timbre
I do then add some boilerplate that I cut-and-paste from other projects, mostly to get tools.cli going, and stdin/stdout handling.
@joetague come and say hello tomorrow...I'll be the red-haired talkative one with the mic at the front
is it wrong for me to think of my opening blurb as a benediction from the parentheses of love?
I'd like to run a short survey during the conference this week, to help us understand our audience better. Any other questions we should ask http://bit.ly/clojurex-survey-2016
@jr0cket leaving the house at 3:30am tomorrow, flight at 6:15am. Should be with you all not long after 9am.