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A podcast by Cognitect, Inc. about software and the people that create it. We frequently talk about Clojure, ClojureScript, Datomic, agile software development, distributed systems, functional programming, and lots of other wonderfully geeky things.
 
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Mark Derricutt, Greg Amer and Richard Vowles

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Greg, Mark and Richard get together weekly and talk about things of interest in the Java community. Greg works for SimWorks (http://www.simworks.com) who specialize in mobile phone software. Mark works for SecureMX (www.smx.co.nz). Richard works for Blue Train Software (http://www.bluetrainsoftware.com)
 
Fork Pull Merge Push is a podcast about topics developers obsess over. In the first season, developer Esko Lahti talks to engineers around the world about the topics that have sent them down to their deepest, most mind-bending rabbit holes. Fork Pull Merge Push is a podcast by Reaktor, a strategy, design and technology company changing how the world works.
 
The No Fluff Just Stuff (NFJS) Software Symposium Tour has delivered over 400 events with over 65,000 attendees. NFJS speakers are well-known developers, authors, and project leaders from the software development community. Join us for news and discussion around software development. Current topics include: Java, JavaScript, Scala, Groovy, Clojure, Cloud, Docker, Software Architecture, HTML 5, CSS, NoSQL, Spring, and other development technologies.
 
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Furkan on Twitter - https://twitter.com/furkan3ayraktarFurkan on GitHub - https://github.com/furkan3ayraktarScrintal - https://www.scrintal.comScrintal's story explained in Scrintal - https://beta.scrintal.com/b/final-scrintal-board--jtultPolylith - https://polylith.gitbook.io/polylith/Polylith is a software architecture that applies functional thi…
 
In this episode I talk with Laura M. Castro. We talk her introduction to Erlang, Final Project and Ph.D. around Erlang, Research and Teaching using Erlang and Elixir, the Erlang Ecosystem Foundation, Code Beam Lite, Erlang Workshops and more. Our Guest, Laura M. Castro. @lauramcastro on Twitter lauramcastro on Github https://lauramcastro.github.io/…
 
In today’s episode, we talk about open source, developer communities, and side-projects. Jesse Luoto from Reaktor Helsinki shares his hard-earned lessons from planning, launching, and promoting dozens of side projects of all shapes and sizes. What’s the right balance between the speed and quality of your open source project? When you should launch,…
 
In this episode I talk with Aleksander Lisiecki. We talk his introduction to Erlang, non-standard use cases for Erlang and Elixir, Erlang and Elixir School, and more. Our Guest, Aleksander Lisiecki. @AlekLisiecki on Twitter aleklisi on Github Aleksander’s Email at Erlang Solutions Announcements ElixirConf EU is taking place the 9th and 10th of June…
 
In this episode, Christian talks with Nubank's Ed Wible, Justin Gehtland and Lindsey Bleimes and answers questions from nubankers on a variety of topics. Cognitect and Nubank are hiring!! Join a great team! Our Guests Ed Wible Justin Gehtland Lindsey Bleimes Topics How to build and scale a team which uses unique technologies? Mergers and Acquisitio…
 
The separation of storage and compute is a key industry trend impacting all kinds of organisations and is acutely important for the design of modern database systems. In this episode, we discuss how general desires for increased availability, better scalability, and lower costs, has heavily influenced our own plans for XTDB's future 2.0 architectur…
 
Nikita on GitHub - https://github.com/tonsky Nikita on Twitter - https://twitter.com/nikitonsky Nikita's Blog - https://tonsky.me/ Clojure Sublimed - https://github.com/tonsky/Clojure-SublimedGrumpy Website - https://grumpy.website Alabaster, a Minimalist Color Scheme:* for Sublime Text* for VS Code* for IntelliJSupport the podcast:Learn Idiomatic …
 
In this episode I talk with Renzo Borgatti. We talk his introduction to Clojure, learning the extended vocabulary of Clojure, his book Clojure: The Essential Reference, gems in the Clojure language, side projects, and much more. Our Guest, Renzo Borgatti. @reborg on Twitter reborg on Github https://reborg.net/ Clojure: The Essential Reference from …
 
Paula on Twitter https://twitter.com/quollPaula on GitHub https://github.com/quollSemantic Web https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semantic_WebSPARQL https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SPARQLAsami https://github.com/threatgrid/asamiSupport the podcast:Learn Idiomatic Clojure https://clojure.streamGitHub Sponsors: https://github.com/sponsors/jacekschae…
 
In this episode, Robert talks with Peter Strömberg (PEZ) about Calva, knife sharpening, prioritizing work, finding answers, curiosity, user feedback, collaborations and sponsorships. Cognitect and Nubank are hiring!! Join a great team! Our Guest, Peter Strömberg Twitter Website Topics Knife Sharpening Tutorial Calva How to contribute to Calva How C…
 
In this episode I talk with Yehonathan Sharvit. We talk his upcoming book Data Oriented Programming, what Data Oriented Programming is, how it differs from Functional Programming, how DOP fits with typed languages, and more. Our Guest, Yehonathan Sharvit @viebel on Twitter viebel on Github https://blog.klipse.tech/ Data Oriented Programming from Ma…
 
In this Fork Pull Merge Push episode, we discuss geographic information system (GIS) - not a well-known domain to many. Henna Kalliokoski, a GIS professional and functional programming enthusiast will share her knowledge on GIS data, coordinate systems and e.g. accessibility. GIS data can be used in many different ways and she will shed light on e.…
 
In this episode I talk with Jordan Miller. We talk her breaking into to software development, activity in the Clojure community, redefining open source contributions, mentoring, and much more. Our Guest, Jordan Miller. Jordan Miller Announcements The Big Elixir is taking place March 24th and 25th in New Orleans. Save 20% on tickets you use the code…
 
In today's episode, we talk with product designer Ross Langley about the feeling of belonging. We talk about change — whether it's changing your career path or moving to another country. Ross walks us through the practicalities of relocation. About different working cultures, in Finland and the US. About dealing with the pandemic, impostor syndrome…
 
In this episode I talk with Claude Rubinson. We talk his experience learning and using functional programming as a sociologist, organizing software user groups, and more. Our Guest, Claude Rubinson. Claude Rubinson Houston Functional Programmers website Houston Functional Programmers on Twitter OCaml Café on Twitter Announcements :clojureD is takin…
 
Guest: Henrik Aalto is a data science generalist with a background in systems analysis and operations research. He works in the intersection of technology and business and loves creating data-driven solutions to complex problems. Despite his passion for AI, sometimes he thinks a simple BI-report will do all that’s needed. In his spare time, he like…
 
Juxtaposed against some software of the 90s like Microsoft Access, Lotus Notes, and Visual Basic, there is a distinct contrast in our current world. Malcolm argues that with today's fixation on Continuous Deployment, software has become static, brittle, and inflexible. In this episode, we talk about how users have consequently become disempowered. …
 
We had fantastic chat with Joshua learning a thing or two about coffi the clojure FFI and farolero that is bringing Common LISP conditionals to to clojure. As far as we know, this is the first Clojure podcast to have Lojban in it!We would love it if you can join us for first ever defn call in show live with Joshua on 13th February 20:00 CET on our …
 
Guest Anna Haverinen is a Design Anthropologist and she holds a PhD in Digital Culture. She works at the intersection of design, technology, and business by providing strategic and qualitative insight into people, communities, and individuals. In her academic work, she has studied grief and death in online environments, and in the past years, she h…
 
Episode Notes Volpe National Transportation Systems Center Bolt Beranek and Newman Inc. BBN was selected by ARPA to build an Interface Message Processor (IMP) for the ARPANET Julie took over Ray Tomlinson’s first email system Intelpost SICP Instructor's Manual I Can Read That! A Traveler's Introduction to Chinese Characters Introduction to Algorith…
 
Episode Notes American museum of natural history in Manhattan Ham radio operators QST magazines Vacuum tube IBM 650/620 computers Joel Moses at Columbia Drum memory Biquinary encoding IBM 709 Vacuum tubes computer Marvin Minsky Claude Shannon IPL V interpreter by Carnegie Mellon Bill Gosper Lisp 1.5 programmer's manual PDP-6 MacLisp Macsyma, symbol…
 
Episode Notes It was a great pleasure to speak again with our friend @ericnormand about Alan Kay, Lisp, Mr Wizard, Logo and much more! Enjoy! Mr Wizard TV TV series The Logo programming language Alan Kay The TCP/IP stack Paul Graham Essays The 50th anniversary of Lisp conference The Little Schemer book by Dan Friedman Frequencies clojure function G…
 
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