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if you do java interop to use indexOf there are two /1 aritys, one takes a str and one a char … how do you know which one gets called when you do
(.indexOf s substr) .. i try it with strings and it works. .but what if i wanted the char version?
I'm proud of my tic-tac-toe solution. It's the first time I feel I was thinking in Clojure: https://www.refheap.com/105203
Woah, A rich hickey talk I hadn't seen? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSdnJDO-xdg
@escherize: it’s very light on code, it’s mostly about convincing people to use Clojure. I watched with my team last Thursday and since they don’t do Clojure yet, they found it slightly useful, but for me, a Clojure beginner, there was nothing new there.
The arguments are good and interesting, but in this crowd, it’s probably preaching to the coir.
IMO live streaming is kinda useless. The ideas we work with won't come across at all unless special effort is made to present them which kinda defies the definition of a work stream.
With live streaming I don’t think you’ll learn a lot about the code itself but you’ll learn about the tools for coding: editor, shortcuts, repl, tests, documentation, searching for libraries, etc.
Right I mean don't get me wrong screen casts designed to inform are great but watching someone else work even if it's my manager or partner is IME a fundamentally alienated and bewildering experience.
I agree there's no value add if someone is simply working business as usual. but with a live chat / questions I think it is interesting, even if it slows down the programmer/caster
I've been there where the person (co-worker really) is just thinking extremely hard on some kind of complciated issue
i dont think this kind of session (i.e. most day jobs) lends itself to casting. But for a side project to gain some mindshare/learn about customers it may be useful
@kidpollo that's OK. I can learn from others by watching them work. Buy I got here mostly without that.
hehe, I think this was brought up since some newer articles are saying code casting is going to be hip like video gaming casting
Is that "Simple made easy" talk that just got uploaded on youtube the same as the one on infoQ?
Hey everyone. I'm doing some statistical analysis of Clojure code in the wild, and I need as much data as possible. Are there any good examples of medium to large clojure projects I should be aware of?
@malabarba: any reason you’re not using cross-clj or something similar that's already indexed many projects to collect project information?