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2020-02-14
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practicalli-john14:02:08

New article on raising issues and pull requests for Spacemacs, from with Spacemacs. Includes a video walk through of creating a pull request for the Clojure layer. https://practicalli.github.io/blog/posts/raising-spacemacs-issues-and-pull-requests/

Bhougland17:02:03

@jr0cket you guides on spacemaces are a huge help to a newbie like me. Thank you!

practicalli-john18:02:00

Should be a lot more videos coming soon, now I have all the broadcasting and recording sorted out. I take requests for guides and videos (although can't promise a time frame).

Bhougland20:02:12

I love to see an article like this for clojure:

Bhougland20:02:05

I saw some of the API videos you had on your site but haven't watched them all yet

practicalli-john21:02:59

I believe that http-kit has been tested to support 600k request out of the box. I would like to do some load testing content, but it might be a while. Usually the constraints are I/O, like file system or number of database connections. Running on the Java Virtual Machine is very scalable. I was involved in building a Clojure system that did 30 million transactions a day and the CPU load was 0.03% across 3 servers.

Bhougland03:02:24

Thats cool. I created a tool in python based on that blog to interface data from one ERP system into another, but I am trying to "dog food" Clojure so that I get better at it (vs. using python). I just feel like Clojure has so much to offer with core.async, and I even saw a library called Martian that can use Swagger documents to help build your requests. That is too cool.

practicalli-john10:02:46

We used core.asyc to pump out millions of requests to the enterprise message bus we had to use, Tibco. core.async worked very well even though our uses of Tibco was a bit flawed. Martian looks an interesting abstraction, thanks.