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@agile_geek: Yes CICS is still being developed, supporting on newer hardware obvs, and I think it has Java bindings these days.
@benedek: I trying this one, and I get a new function but it doesn't have any parameters: https://github.com/clojure-emacs/clj-refactor.el/wiki/cljr-extract-function
there was a bug fixed recently with this which resulted in empty param list if there was an anon
#() fn in the s-exp being extracted
@benedek: so if I extract (* x y z) I get a function with a [z y x] parameter list
good point… do you mind to create a github issue for this so i don’t forget to look at it
Anyone else find some of the other channels (#C03S1KBA2 & #C03S1L9DN in particular) so noisy they can’t pick out anything useful? Especially as I can only really check on Clojure stuff before/after work & at lunchtimes.
@agile_geek: It is getting that way the more we are growing. I am trying to think of the best solution.
@otfrom: if I waited to figure out what I was doing before sharing/shipping it I’d never have finished anything. 😉
I think my bar to "figure out what I'm doing" is quite low tbh. I don't think I've really figured out anything.
Just enough to essay an understanding and be torn apart by an actually of commenters on teh interwebs. 😉
sort of, but yeah. Next time will you tell me when the message didn't get through pls @thomas ? 😉
@otfrom: I think you’re selling yourself short…I’m the ‘imposter’ in this forum. #closetCOBOLProgrammer
but I do remember when Spring was the cool kid on the block…and if you don’t believe me try coding J2EE beans…interfaces, interfaces everywhere!
building out a very cool platform involving machine learning, analytics, recommendations
ok, I’ll ping jobs too. Sorry @gjnoonan, but we need someone who can work at the office in London.