noprompt/garden: Generate CSS with Clojure
Generate CSS with Clojure. Contribute to noprompt/garden development by creating an account on GitHub.
css  clojure  clojurescript 
The secret feature of transducers that no one talks about! · GitHub
The secret feature of transducers that no one talks about! -
clojure  transducers 
generateme/cljplot: JVM Clojure charting library
JVM Clojure charting library. Contribute to generateme/cljplot development by creating an account on GitHub.
charts  clojure  data  visualisation 
7 days ago
abo-abo/lispy: Short and sweet LISP editing
Short and sweet LISP editing. Contribute to abo-abo/lispy development by creating an account on GitHub.
emacs  lisp 
8 days ago
levand/immuconf: A small library for managing config files in Clojure projects
A small library for managing config files in Clojure projects - levand/immuconf
clojure  config  library 
15 days ago
simplerdf/simplerdf: The future simplest RDF library ever
The future simplest RDF library ever. Contribute to simplerdf/simplerdf development by creating an account on GitHub.
javascript  rdf 
17 days ago
ICFP 2019
ICFP 2019 is the 24th ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on Functional Programming. The main conference will take place during August 19-21, 2019 at the Hotel Scandic Berlin Potsdamer Platz. Co-located workshops and tutorials will take place on August 18 and 22-23.
functional  programming  conference  2019 
17 days ago
We launch our dark lager at Thurs at 5pm. It’s our take on a Czech Tmavý Ležák, or “dark lager” and is…
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22 days ago
Using Git subtrees for repository separation – Making Software
Yesterday I needed to break out some shared modules into their own repositories to avoid the monolithic repository anti-pattern I’ve been so fond of in the past. I faced a few options: Git submodules: Yuck! I’ve used them before and we didn’t get on well. They’re too intrusive, requiring submodules to be initialised and updated.…
git  subtree 
24 days ago
RT : Here is Jacob Rees-Mogg in 2011 proposing two EU referendums, with the second referendum used to ratify or reject t…
from twitter
29 days ago
Failover Architectures: the Infrastructural Excess of the Data Centre Industry - Failed Architecture
Far from a massive database in the sky, it is the planet’s surface and our everyday lives that are gradually being colonised by the cloud.
architecture  datacentres 
5 weeks ago
Storybook: UI component workshop for frontend developers
Storybook is an open source tool for developing UI components in isolation for React, Vue, and Angular. It makes building stunning UIs organized and efficient.
javascript  ui  components 
6 weeks ago
Staggeringly powerful OS X desktop automation with Lua. Making the runtime, funtime.
macos  osx  lua  scripting  automation  tools 
6 weeks ago
Isn't that the point of the CAP theorem, and what pretty much every principled distributed database…
from twitter
8 weeks ago
mhagger/git-imerge: Incremental merge for git
Incremental merge for git. Contribute to mhagger/git-imerge development by creating an account on GitHub.
git  merge  incremental 
9 weeks ago
Scrimba is a community of developers sharing knowledge through interactive coding screencasts
education  ide  programming  video 
10 weeks ago
Jsonnet - The Data Templating Language
A powerful DSL for elegant description of JSON data.
json  templating 
10 weeks ago
The layperson isn't one audience, they're the long tail of a million different ones; which is why the requirem…
from twitter
10 weeks ago
What React Hooks mean for ClojureScript – And some examples
What React Hooks mean for ClojureScript – And some examples
reactjs  clojurescript 
11 weeks ago
AlphaGo Teach: Discover new and creative ways of playing Go
Explore how moves played by AlphaGo compare to those of professional and amateur players. This tool provides analysis of thousands of the most popular opening sequences from the recent history of Go, using data from 231,000 human games and 75 games that DeepMind's AlphaGo played against human players
joseki  alphago 
11 weeks ago
RT : Many a true word... Funny Posters Poke Fun At Overzealous Clients Who Think They Are Designers -…
from twitter
11 weeks ago
matthias-margush/aka: Clojure alias sharing
Clojure alias sharing. Contribute to matthias-margush/aka development by creating an account on GitHub.
clojure  alias 
11 weeks ago
How We Build Code at Netflix – Netflix TechBlog – Medium
In this post, we describe the tools and techniques used to go from source code to a deployed service serving movies and TV shows to more than 75 million global Netflix members.
netflix  devops  ci  pipeline  development 
11 weeks ago
borkdude/speculative-kaocha-plugin: speculative kaocha plugin
This kaocha plugin instruments tests with speculative clojure.core specs.
kaocha  spec  clojure 
12 weeks ago
Differences from spec.alpha · clojure/spec-alpha2 Wiki
Contribute to clojure/spec-alpha2 development by creating an account on GitHub.
clojure  spec 
12 weeks ago
Java 9's other new enhancements, Part 4: Multi-release JAR files | JavaWorld
A Java 9 extension to the JAR file format makes it easier for third-party libraries and frameworks to use language and API features from newer Java releases
java  jar 
january 2019
RT : Was a fun workshop at last night - props to the organisers!

If the idea of working with Cloju…
clojure  from twitter
january 2019
RT : Join me at ! We're expanding and can vouch that it's a lovely bunch of humans to work with.…
from twitter
january 2019
The Joy of Kubernetes - Stardog
It’s so easy to deploy Stardog Cluster on Kubernetes, we put together a side-by-side comparison of a manual Stardog Cluster install on AWS and another with Kubernetes.
k8  stardog  kubernetes 
january 2019 - software hosting for hackers is a network of useful open source tools for software project maintainers and collaborators, including git repos, bug tracking, continuous integration, and mailing lists.
git  hosting  opensource  development 
january 2019
Want to work with , , ops or ? are
hiring thoughtful people to help connect gov…
data  reactjs  clojure  cloud  from twitter
january 2019
geovens/AQ-PS: A go/baduk/weiqi bot that plays life and death problems.
A go/baduk/weiqi bot that plays life and death problems. - geovens/AQ-PS
go  bot 
january 2019
AlphaZero: Shedding new light on the grand games of chess, shogi and Go | DeepMind
We introduce a full evaluation of AlphaZero, published in the journal Science, which describes a single algorithm that taught itself from scratch how to master the games of chess, shogi (Japanese chess), and Go, convincingly beating a world champion program in each case. AlphaZero’s ability to learn each game by itself results in a distinctive, creative and dynamic playing style that has captured the attention of the chess community. The result also marks an important step towards creating a fle...
ai  go  alphazero  chess  shogi 
january 2019
Birds Can See Earth's Magnetic Fields, And Now We Know How That's Possible
The mystery behind how birds navigate might finally be solved: it's not the iron in their beaks providing a magnetic compass, but a protein in their eyes that lets them "see" Earth's magnetic fields.
birds  migration  science  nature 
january 2019 - home
Video Streaming Portal des Chaos Computer Clubs
video  hacking  security  conference  chaoscomputingclub 
january 2019
Free Online Courses - FutureLearn
Join millions of people learning together at FutureLearn. Enjoy free online courses from top universities and specialist organisations. Start learning now.
education  learning  online  mooc  uk 
january 2019
Workman Keyboard Layout
Workman Keyboard Layout : The Layout Designed with Hands in Mind
keyboard  layout 
january 2019
NHS digital service manual
Design and build digital services for the NHS. Things you need to make consistent, usable services that put people first.
nhs  gds  gov  design 
january 2019
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