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This week's Clojure news

Issue #17 - July 12th, 2013

Async

An in-depth read of how core.async timeouts work.

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Martin Trojer explains non-blocking workflows and examines blocking versus non-blocking web requests in the context of core.async.

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Alex Miller implements Rock Paper Scissors with core.async. It's a nice way to get your mind around the concepts using a game most everyone knows.

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Code & Libraries

An implementation of the confluently persistent vector data structure introduced in Bagwell, Rompf, "RRB-Trees: Efficient Immutable Vectors".

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hiphip is an array library for Clojure, which provides elegant methods for fast math with primitive arrays.

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Clojurescript

David Nolen ported Notch's Minecraft Javascript Demo to Clojurescript. You've got to check it out.

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In this talk we'll see how ClojureScript offers a genuinely futuristic approach (by way of the past) to client side software development.

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Watch

From the website: "Rich Hickey is the creator of the Clojure programming language... We discuss his observations of the Clojure communities and how they influence Clojure development."

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Anshul Amar presents some real-life machine learning problems and explain why he turned to Clojure as a practical solution to these problems.

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Bio

Ray Miller outlines how he uses Clojure to plan DNA sequencing experiments in his lab.

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This post does some basic exploration of human DNA using Clojure.

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Internals

This post from 2009 is a thorough introduction to STM and and how it is implemented in Clojure.

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This article talks about the various tradeoffs made in Clojure in the areas of concurrency, shared memory, composition, etc.

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clojure.core

This article is a guided tour through clojure.core.

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Adam Bard gives a great intro to why and how to use core.reducers.

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Edited by Nate Murray & Ari Lerner
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