While we were talking, we touched not only on Himera, but on pair programming, Datomic, music, and a bunch of other stuff. I hope you enjoy listening to this episode as much as I enjoyed recording it!
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- Our guest, Fogus:
- The music
- People and stuff we mentioned on the show
- Rich Hickey
- Chris Houser a.k.a. chouser
- chouser's ClojureScript
- Himera, the ClojureScript compilation service
- Himera, the Russian band
- "Himera" written in Russian: химера
- Paul Bauer: On Twitter @pmbauer and on the web at (def title nil)
- Paul Bauer's ClojureScript compilation service
- Chris Granger, Clojure superhero: On GitHub and on the web
- The live game editing demo he did
- "Inventing on Principle"
- Fogus’s blog post about why ClojureScript doesn’t have eval
- Fogus's Lifehacker article
- The blog post it came from
- The HackerNews discussion about it
- Expert Systems: Principles and Practice, by Giarratano and Riley
- Lisp in Small Pieces
- The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
- "Pair Programming Considered Harmful?"
- Brenton Ashworth
- ClojureScript One
- Google docs
- We mentioned writely, but they are now Google Docs