ThinkRelevance: The Podcast - Episode 008 - Michael Fogus

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Anyone who's been around Clojure for a little while will have heard the name Michael Fogus, who is our guest on this episode of the podcast. Fogus (as we call him) is a hacker, author, and all-around nice guy. He has recently launched Himera, a web service that compiles ClojureScript to Javascript. I've wanted to interview Fogus for quite a while, and that was all the excuse I needed.

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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