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todo00:11:38

Anyone know how dangerous the lasers on teh bottom f optimal mice are I was trying to clean off some dust, accidently stared into it, and now sight is (temporarily) weird.

didibus00:11:20

Not sure, but I doubt it can be that dangerous, or they couldn't sell it so casually

didibus00:11:41

I'm sure your vision will come back pretty quick

todo13:11:38

Sight is fine now. πŸ™‚

farzana15:11:31

Anyone know when conj conference will be available on youtube?

dpsutton15:11:46

i think in the past they have been as quick as same day. but i would just wait and expect to hear things within a few days. they are pretty visible when announced

orestis15:11:52

I’m also watching for Stu’s talk to drop! Twitter search shows that he’s talking about datafy, nav, and something called Read Eval Browse Loop :)

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Alex Miller (Clojure team)15:11:11

Should be available later today

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farzana15:11:51

thanks @alexmiller looking forward

jaihindhreddy17:11:26

I had to pick my jaw off the floor. I thought protocol extension via metadata was cool but didn't see possibilities like the REBL. Amazing stuff.

dpsutton17:11:08

it seems cool and i want to see the talk. I'm just a little worried that this will make some things easy not simple. things that look the same and print the same and compare equal will behave differently.

dpsutton17:11:29

i'm not pessimistic on the feature at all that's just one worry that is in the back of my head

orestis17:11:43

It’s out: https://youtu.be/c52QhiXsmyI

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dpsutton17:11:43

wow. that's fast even for an alex miller operation πŸ™‚

Alex Miller (Clojure team)17:11:09

I really have no hand in this :)

Alex Miller (Clojure team)17:11:22

Props go to the video team!

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theeternalpulse18:11:19

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y4HrXkZYouk This was interesting and seems like one of the better distillations of functional programming. You can take or leave the js/typescript part

dpsutton19:11:46

interesting. "rebl is free as in beer". thanks for the really cool looking tool. looking forward to playing with it

petterik19:11:41

It'll be nice to stop navigating and formatting data in the REPL, just such that I can get it in to a shape that I understand. Having a graphical interface for navigating the raw data and seeing graphs over data is, I think, a huge addition to "REPL driven development".

petterik19:11:34

And I can imagine extending the nav protocol in custom ways just to understand what would happen in certain situations. Things like: * Extending the bidi or compojure routes, navigating an API to see what it returns. * Extending a GraphQL library for navigation in the REBL. And whenever clojure data, urls, datomic entities or anything else is encountered, one can just keep on browsing and exploring that.

dpsutton19:11:17

can't wait for get/post semantics to crop up πŸ™‚

hiredman19:11:30

a github repo with just a readme that is a link to the page to download a project after agreeing to an eula seems like it runs counter to the expectations of what you find at the other end of a github link

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dpsutton19:11:48

> You may not use REBL for commercial use. its not clear to me that i can use this at work then.

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dpsutton19:11:07

ie commercial adjacent while developing commercial products but not including them in the product

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eccentric J19:11:04

Is there a common or expected place to put jar files? Like usr/bin/ or something along those lines?

agigao20:11:16

Hi there, I have a few questions regarding freelancing, hourly rate and so on...