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2015-12-23
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pupeno09:12:00

Good morning.

pupeno09:12:06

@agile_geek: are you in a train?

agile_geek09:12:49

I was yesterday. Went to see prospective client in Leeds

mccraigmccraig11:12:43

you got a new biz in the works @agile_geek ?

agile_geek11:12:15

I hope so but suspect this may just lead to more contract work. Either way its was good set of meetings

mccraigmccraig14:12:38

i done gone started a new biz - looking for a new clj/cljs dev now too simple_smile http://yapsterchat.com/jobs/dev/index.html

mccraigmccraig14:12:52

@agile_geek: thanks - starting customer trials in jan - will see then if they think the same

mccraigmccraig14:12:29

(though since the primary idea/need came from early customer sessions, i am optimistic simple_smile )

agile_geek14:12:55

@mccraigmccraig: If I've down time between contracts or other activities and you need another remote dev for a bit I might contact you 😉

mccraigmccraig14:12:43

be careful @agile_geek - i'll indoctrinate you in the way of the monad

agile_geek14:12:09

S'OK....I like burrito's...

mccraigmccraig14:12:41

are they like burritos too ? i've lost track...

agile_geek14:12:46

but as I can't eat flour only 'naked' ones. Which are nothing like monads!

agile_geek14:12:40

Seriously if you can make monads stick with me you're possibly the best teacher ever!

mccraigmccraig14:12:25

i'll bet you can make a perfectly good burrito with gram flour or dhosa or something

agile_geek14:12:02

Yeah, gram flour would probably work

mccraigmccraig14:12:14

the way they stuck with me was ignoring all the 'tutorials' and playing around until i had a solid feel for how they worked... i also had a good reason to be forcing myself to learn, which always helps

mccraigmccraig14:12:22

now i'm hungry. thanks @agile_geek 😉

glenjamin15:12:46

“programmable semicolons” is the best explanation that’s managed to stick in my head so far

glenjamin15:12:59

but dunno if that means much before you’ve grokked them

glenjamin15:12:19

the idea is that semicolons separate statements in many programming languages

agile_geek15:12:05

that much I know

glenjamin15:12:03

oh sorry, got distracted

glenjamin15:12:19

and monads allow you to program how “statements” are combined

mccraigmccraig15:12:46

ha, yeah, that gives a flavour of do-notation

afhammad16:12:54

hello peeps, are there any SPA friendly server-side templates. Ideally looking for something to set me up with a sane server with logging, auth (buddy jwt), maybe Component ?

mccraigmccraig16:12:06

@afhammad: don't know about templates, but i have a project like that - happy to let you know what i've got that works

mccraigmccraig16:12:27

hmm. though my workflow is based around the now-deprecated yoyo, so probably not the best place to start a new project

afhammad17:12:53

@mccraigmccraig: might be useful to take a look if you don’t mind sharing