It was a sad day when I heard that Fogus was leaving Relevance, even if it was for a pretty good reason. So when Kovas Boguta asked if we were going to have him on the podcast to share his experiences at the company, I thought, "Well, of course we are. Why didn't I think of that?"
As always, it was a pleasure to speak with Fogus. We had a chance to talk about what he thought Relevance does well, and more importantly, where he thinks we could do better. As a special treat he also shared with us an exciting project he's working on... we thank him for choosing the podcast to announce it! Enjoy the episode!
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- Our guest, Fogus:
- Our intro music was "Behind the Wall of Sleep" by Black Sabbath
- Out outro music was "Rattler's Hey" by Belbury Poly
- Fogus was our guest on episode 008
- Clinton Dreisbach (formerly Clinton Nixon) was our guest on episode 007
- Aaron Bedra was our guest on episode 004
- This show was requested by Kovas Boguta - thanks!
- Fogus's blog post about why he left Relevance
- Fogus's new company is Dynamic Animation Systems
- The definition of "das" in German
- Sorry, I couldn't figure out what it means in Lithuanian. Leave a comment if you know!
- Retrospectives at Relevance
- The definition of "libertine"
- Fogus and Alan Dipert may have left, but we are hiring!
- Rich Hickey
- Stu Halloway
- The clojure-dev community
- Fogus's reading list
- John McCarthy
- Python Decorators
- Alan Kay
- "A Conversation with Alan Kay" in which he refers to Computer Science as being not a science but a "pop culture"
- History of Programming Languages, Volume 2
- Russ Olsen
- The Strange Loop
- Fogus's talk "The Reemergence of Datalog" at The Strange Loop
- The National Capital Area Clojure Users Group (CAPCLUG)
- Fogus's compiler that turns ClojureScript into Java
- Fogus's work on continuations
- Event sourcing
- Sun Ra
- Himera, the Russian band