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This week's Clojure news

Issue #14 - May 10th, 2013

Clojurescript

Wilkes Joiner recently gave a talk on Functional Reactive Programming and has a demo using Bacon.js and Clojurescript.

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The fantastic Prismatic team describes the usage and motivation behind their library dommy.

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Watch & Listen

Craig Andera has put together a 2 hour video course giving a tour of concurrency primitives in Clojure.

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The folks from Relevance have recorded a great podcast with Jason Wolfe of Prismatic.

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Logic & Monads

This repo is an exploration of core.logic. It draws inspiration from The Art of Prolog, Prolog Programming for Artificial Intelligence, and αProlog for nominal logic programming.

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algo.monads - Macros for defining monads, and definition of the most common monads

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Infrastructure

clj-dubbo allows you to create a Dubbo service in Clojure. In case you haven't heard, Dubbo is a distributed service framework created by Alibaba.

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VMFest is a PalletOps project to turn VirtualBox into a light-weight cloud provider.

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Graphics & Games

CLAN is a game construction kit for Android written in Clojure. It uses LibGDX and Neko. The documentation might be tough for English speakers, but it seems like a great project if you want to write Android games in Clojure.

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Tools

Rhizome is a library for visualizing graph and tree structures.

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gui-diff is a tool for side-by-side diffing of Clojure data structures and clojure.test failures.

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Code & Libraries

CLANSI is a library for ANSI colorization

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clj-mtgox is a library for interacting with the mtgox bitcoin exchange.

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Projects

Lazybot is an IRC bot written in Clojure

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Notify Me is an application created for massive outgoing communication, using text messaging or call dispatching connected with an Asterisk PBX.

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Music

In this video Sam Aaron gives a fast-paced introduction to a number of key live programming techniques such as triggering instruments, scheduling future events and synth design. It's a great demo of emacs-live.

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This project is an exploration of the book Computer Models of Musical Creativity in Clojure.

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Edited by Nate Murray & Ari Lerner
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