Category Archives: Clojure

The perfect programming language (for me)

Disclaimer: the perfect programming language does not exist. Even if it did, different people want different things, so probably the ideas in this post would not reflect the ideas from different people. With that being said, let’s start with a … Continue reading

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My missing frustration with ClojureScript

I’ve talked about at another post on how ClojureScript frustrates me, mostly because I was doing some Node.JS work and Figwheel simply wasn’t working correctly. Now, it’s time to revisit these points: A little update: I talked a little with … Continue reading

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A new way to write Clojure on Atom

This will be just a simple anouncement: I’m publishing my (still very crude!) plug-in for Clojure’s Socket REPL on Atom. Chlorine was an experiment that grew more than I could imagine: I wanted a better way to write ClojureScript on … Continue reading

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Atom packages with ClojureScript – upgraded

Last time I talked about plug-ins in atom with ClojureScript, I was using Weasel. Since then, I tried figwheel but it never worked as good as I wanted. Then, I’ve decided to try shadow-cljs. Also, with shadow, we can build … Continue reading

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Clojure with SQL databases

There are times when a specific piece of technology captures my attention in such a way that I feel the need to study more, and do things with it. Since I began to study Clojure, and after two jobs working … Continue reading

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Two new libraries in Clojure

Last week, I was looking to some old code I wrote in my last job and my spare time. Then, I’ve decided to publish two new libraries for Clojure and ClojureScript. One is Paprika, available in Clojars at version 0.1.0-SNAPSHOT. … Continue reading

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My frustration with ClojureScript

Last time I worked with Clojure, I was working in a multi-language team, and somebody wanted to do microservices with Node.JS. We already had a library for microservices with Clojure, and I wanted to help then. We did a simple … Continue reading

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Clojure, reflection, and performance/memory issues

Right now, I’m working in a game project in Clojure. I don’t really know how it will turn out, but for now I’m just trying to learn a better way of making games. While working in this project, I found … Continue reading

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Atom Packages with ClojureScript

One of the best things in Clojure (and ClojureScript) is that you can design your code connected in a live environment – so, your auto-complete abilities reflect exactly what’s running right now. Then, you can evaluate code with real data, … Continue reading

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Configurando Clojure com Atom

Bom, numa postarem anterior eu mostrei meu workflow com Clojure e Atom. Nesse post, farei um passo a passo bem mais detalhado. A primeira coisa a se fazer é instalar, no sistema operacional, o Java SDK e o Leiningen. Isso … Continue reading

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