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#conf-proposals
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2016-08-10
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bvulpes20:08:43

is there a suggested topics list for the conj?

bvulpes20:08:42

neato, thanks shaun-mahood

shaun-mahood20:08:49

Here's the one from Clojure/west - https://github.com/clojurewest/clojurewest2016/wiki/Suggested-Topics - not sure how helpful that is, though. You thinking of proposing a talk?

seancorfield22:08:59

I’m toying with the idea of a talk about how World Singles is using clojure.spec (as an Experience Report)… thoughts?

shaun-mahood22:08:34

I would be so on board with that

bvulpes22:08:01

seancorfield: did you write a thing about use of core.spec at world singles? i recall something on the topic but can't find it on the web for the life of me.

seancorfield22:08:51

I posted about it on the mailing list several times...

seancorfield22:08:14

…I haven’t yet blogged about it.

alexmiller23:08:58

@seancorfield: def worth proposing

bvulpes23:08:42

yeah i too would love to hear more about your spec use seancorfield

bvulpes23:08:22

i've been overwhelmed by the attack surface, finding it difficult to figure out where to start using it in my test suites/production/dev

seancorfield23:08:39

It took us a while to get a feel for where it best fit… We ran a spike on it for a couple of weeks as part of a large refactoring around validation and member profile updates, for some new REST APIs we’re building… and that’s all merged back to master now. We’ve had Clojure 1.9.0 alphas in production for a while so the next build we do will actually have clojure.spec usage in it.

bvulpes23:08:47

and me to you, developerfriends, i'd never have even bitten the project off had it not been for a good friend who needed the assist desperately.

bvulpes23:08:39

i think this qualifies as "experience report"?

bvulpes23:08:54

anyways, happy to receive feedback

seancorfield23:08:51

What would the title be? I'm trying to determine the core focus from the abstract but I'm not sure... something about testing?

seancorfield23:08:00

Probably a good idea to say what the "rock-solid webapp" actually is / does. That helps folks determine how applicable it might be to their own work.