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This week's Clojure news

Issue #12 - April 26th, 2013

Programming Paradigms

This article we will explores several ways in which Clojure can help you with parallel programming paradigms.

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This little tool provides an online repl, of sorts, to let you try out various features of core.logic.

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Clojurescript

The full source to a Tetris Attack clone in Clojurescript

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Nakkaya has shared the source code for a simple breakout game in Clojurescript

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Watch

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

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Why hasn't Clojure taken over the programming landscape? In this talk, Neal Ford outlines plans, strategies, and plots to finally get the rest of the world up to date.

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Reading

This article describes how to write a transactional database entirely in Clojure with zero dependencies

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concui is a research project that attempts to invent a 100% functional and multi-thread based user interface library. It's written in Clojure and making heavy use of it's STM, immutability, and persistent data structures.

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Polyglot

clojure-scheme - Clojure to Scheme to C to the bare metal

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clojurec is a Clojure compiler that targets C as a backend.

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objective-clojure is a Clojure to Objective-C compiler. While the project is abandoned, I thought it would be neat to include it here because 1) there's some good work here and 2) someone might be interested in picking it up.

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Code & Libraries

exploding-fish is a URI library for Clojure.

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Carica is a flexible configuration library.

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Tools

tractionsvg is a neat tool for presentations that aren't slide based. It's probably best explained by viewing this demo.

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Renderist is a webapp that turns textual representation of diagrams stored as gists into hosted images.

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Projects

Nakkaya has hooked up an arduino to simulate duck-hunt like functionality using Clojure to generate the images.

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BODOL is a new experimental lisp. It is a purely functional language and the interpreter is written in Clojure.

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Edited by Nate Murray & Ari Lerner
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