In this episode, we talk to Kevin Lynagh about the many interesting things he has been up to lately. These include being invited to Hacker School and producing Weathertron, a native iOS weather app written using ClojureScript.
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Our Guest, Kevin Lynagh
Kevin chose "Konichiwa" by Robyn as the intro, and "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" by Taylor Swift to end the show.
- Keming Labs
- Hacker School
- David Nolen
- Chas Emerick - 100% time
- Lisp interpreter for Apple //e
- Hacker Risk Battleroom
- ZeroMQ Async
- Jetty 7 websockets async
- Building an iOS weather app with Angular and ClojureScript
- Miško Hevery
- Apache Cordova
- Kyle Kingsbury aka @aphyr
- Functional Reactive Programming
- The DevOp
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