Jan 05 2012Comments
Hello, and welcome to the second episode of ThinkRelevance: The Podcast. We had so much fun last time that we thought we'd do it again! This time, we talk to David Liebke (@liebke), a developer here at Relevance. The main thrust of our conversation centers on Avout, a Clojure library for managing distributed state in a consistent manner. Avout is pretty cool, and we get to hear David explain it, as well as talk a bit about the source of the names of all David's projects, the book Anathem.
Download the episode here.
In other exciting news, the show now has an actual feed, just like a real, grown-up podcast. You can find it at http://feeds.feedburner.com/thinkrelevance/podcast. I'll work on getting the show added to iTunes as the next step.
Also, I believe I forgot to mention this last time, but please send feedback about the show to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for listening!
- David Liebke on the Internet
- The intro and outro music today both come from IOLET by David Stutz. The CD is inspired by some of the concepts and themes in Anathem. The intro song is Deriving the Quadratic Equation, and the outro is Approximating Pi.
- Avout can be found on the web at http://avout.io. You can ask questions on the Clojure mailing list.
- Some of the technologies we talked about on this episode:
- The people we mentioned today include: