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thom: anything in particular that could be improved from your core.typed experience?
benedek: love the clr-refactor gifs
one thing I kind of miss in the new setup is what refactorings require the nrepl middleware
What do you think of a little symbol (*) on the list in the wiki indicating those
thx @martintrojer . fair point. we are still working on the readme/wiki
I can have a go if you want, not sure what your policies for editing the wiki is
(Yeah, still not back on cider after the whole 0.7-SNAPSHOT debacle)
what the gitter channel called?
@ambrosebs: hi from London...
has @tcrayford turned into a cow I wonder
at a previous job, hubot would say "good morning" if you said certain key words in the chat, and as a result we all adopted mispellings of "morning"
@jonpither: what kind of rabbitholes are there to fall into in react (never used it, but definitely curious)
started playing with http://facebook.github.io/fixed-data-table/... but then I want it responsive, and so find a wrapper http://react-components.com/component/responsive-fixed-data-table. But this needs ported on to jscljs or webjars... it's no longer much fun
now back to trying to explain to management the need to clojure as I discovered this morning they said “I don’t think it is the best use of your time"
Reusing react components is OK, but when they often come with some custom JS for customization, this makes Clojurescript integration more painful
@gjnoonan: I don’t even try and use Clojure in work. Any org that hasn’t moved off Java 1.5 really has no appetite for any technical advances - Full Stop.
(reminder that everything except java 8 is EOL and won't be patched if/when some huge security bug turns up)
@agile_geek: well I’m in dispute at the moment about how things are running, and how they should be. However I can’t air them here.
@gjnoonan: I feel your pain. I was, until recently, CTO of a small consultancy and even in that position the internal politics meant I struggled to do all that I wanted/needed to. Hence the ‘was’ in that statement. For the moment I’m contracting, role is not exciting but it’s a means to an end.
I was in the same position, but you know how it is .. far less experience friend of the ceo comes on board etc..
@gjnoonan: I was the friend of the CEO! Just the COO and others in Sales had more sway than me.
@tcrayford: given the business area of the client you would hope security mattered to them but apparently not as much as keeping the ‘oil tanker’ on course!
it's fine, prolly something like 1000 companies in the world take security actually seriously 😉 (and most of those prolly ain't in the fortune 500 or whatever)
Milton Keynes is where it's at... there's a convention going on close by with driver cars n stuff
@thomas: I think I remember going to Hursley for a mainframe course in CICS or somthing similar about 25 years ago!
@thomas IBM are still developing CICS? Wow. I know half the legacy world still runs on it but didn’t think much dev effort went on.