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Mike Fikes
ClojureScript maintainer. Planck & Replete.
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Clojure Days Apr 21
All videos from are now ready for your viewing pleasure!
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Mike Fikes Apr 21
Yeah, after video editing is complete. I think they’re estimating maybe a month or so.
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Mike Fikes Apr 21
Replying to @nikitonsky @plexus
This is also much more performant than using say, some, if xs is directly reducible 👍
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defnpodcast Apr 19
Join us live on Thursday 20:00 (Europe/Amsterdam) We will be chatting with and Jeremy about and more by
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Folog Apr 19
Just got my next computer!
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Clojure/north Apr 20
Huge thanks to every single person that came to Clojure/north this year or supported us in any form. We hope you all had a fantastic time and see you in 2020 for Clojure/north 2.0!
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Mike Fikes Apr 20
Great talk by covering the finer sensibilities when using your Clojure dev tools at
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Mike Fikes Apr 20
Awesome presentation by and on an amazing client-server multi-user form editing architecture at
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Mike Fikes Apr 19
Learning cool stuff about Arcadia from at !
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Daniel Compton Apr 18
Really looking forward to standing on the hallowed ground of and meeting a bunch of Clojure folk in New York next month. I'll be speaking about and funding open source. Hope to see you there!
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Paul Stadig Apr 16
The Secret Feature Of Transducers That No One Talks About! You know you want to click it! Click that click-bait link!
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Clojure/north Apr 18
Less than 24h to go to ! Get ready for some functional fun in Toronto these next few days
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Mike Fikes Apr 18
Replying to @AlexDGarrett @souenzzo
Not currently, but there has been some partial work towards adding graphics capabilities to Replete.
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Mike Fikes Apr 18
Replying to @AlexDGarrett @souenzzo
On the ClojureScript side, this might also be of interest and perhaps
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Mike Fikes Apr 18
Replying to @AlexDGarrett
An alternative worth considering if you’re application is not numerically sensitive: (range 0 0.5 0.1)
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Cursive Apr 16
Also in the next Cursive build, with thanks to (and apologies for it taking so long) - doc popups now show examples, notes and see-also from ClojureDocs:
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Cursive Apr 16
Coming in the next Cursive build, prompted by to finish off an idea I’ve had for a while - pasting HTML into Cursive will now (with a confirmation) convert to hiccup automatically:
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Mike Fikes Apr 15
Replying to @AlexDGarrett
Interestingly, this calculation doesn’t consume memory; just CPU. This is because range returns a sequence that is directly reducible. See this for a few more cool similar ones
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V8 Apr 15
🔥 As it turns out, NOT parsing is faster than parsing.   That’s why JavaScript engines implement a preparser which enables lazy parsing and compilation. Here’s how that works in V8:
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Mike Fikes Apr 15
Ridiculous speedups in Node for , adding an intrinsic for ClojureScript count on a string.
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