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Toni Vanhala07:01:39

Book your ClojuTRE ticket no later than next week to get the Early Bird rate! Much discount! Such savings! πŸ“ˆ πŸ’° https://clojutre.org/2020/ If you're sitting on the fence, ponder on our list of invited talks: https://twitter.com/gigasquid (Cognitect), https://twitter.com/annapawlicka (Walmart Labs), https://twitter.com/Felienne (Leiden University), https://twitter.com/asamonek (UCLouvain). Official ClojuTRE Webpages coming next week - maybe.

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sakalli08:01:23

Not sure what would be the best channel to post these, but slides from the presentation about why Clojure is so popular in Finland. It was presented at the Tel Aviv Clojure meetup on Jan 2nd. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1nCZ-GmWLcH8Dcz3XJHY00xbm42V9-rBL9n2PGkKYp0k/edit?folder=0AM-3FGnMl8asUk9PVA

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RAMart09:01:13

Forge your functional fun week in Berlin! Feb 27: International Clojure Data Science Meetup (https://ti.to/scicloj/international-clojure-data-science-meetup-in-berlin) Feb 27: Racketfest (https://racketfest.com) Feb 28: BOB – Technologies beyond the mainstream – (https://bobkonf.de/2020/de/) Feb 29: :clojureD – International Clojure conference (https://clojured.de) Mar 1: Audible side effects: Clojure music gathering (https://ti.to/audible-side-effects/audible-side-effects-2020) And if that’s not enough, :clojureD is also framed by a pre-conference welcome meet up before and a get-together right after the conference.

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nblumoe09:01:14

What a week!! :)

practicalli-john19:01:37

57th Clojure study group on Saturday 1st February, 11am UTC. Broadcast: https://youtu.be/3qL1hieRALY This week we will walk through another CodeWars challenge, this time the seemingly complicated Maximum Subarrays sum kata. https://www.codewars.com/kata/54521e9ec8e60bc4de000d6c/ This is a level 5kyu (7 being easiest, 1 being hardest). In solving this challenge I have so far used predicate functions, those that return a boolean (true, false). I have also used a higher order function, a function that returns a function definition. The functions I have used along the way include: pos?, pos-int?, map, apply, and, reduce, every? identity every-pred Not all of them will be used in the final solution πŸ™‚ We will look at the more interesting functions if we have time. Hopefully I will finish off the challenge before the broadcast, if not there will be some more live coding :) Code and tests will be shared in the GitHub repository at https://github.com/practicalli/codewars-guides