2015-09-04 ClojureScript Quick Start
David Nolen explains how to set up your workflow. This page has been around for a
long time and the author keeps it up to date.
2015-08-17 Boycott the Rototom Sunsplash Reggae Festival
If you already have a ticket, demand a refund. In a move reminiscent of Spain’s
recent fascist past, the Festival is demanding that Jewish performers sign declarations
agreeing to particular political positions. Those that refuse are kicked off the program.
2015-08-14 Moral Confusion
The UK’s National Union of Students refuses to condemn ISIS
because they are afraid of being thought “Islamaphobic.”
Then they voted to boycott Israel.
2015-08-12 New Plane-tiling Pentagon
This is “only the 15th type of pentagon known that can do this, and the first discovered in 30 years”.
2015-08-12 Jupyter Ascending
An important release of iPython, which has completed its evolution into Jupyter (I think).
2015-08-09 Not Code as Data
Mark Bastian discovers that Java tutorialists have begun falsely
claiming that Java now features “code as data.”
He explains what that really means, using Clojure examples.
2015-08-03 Failure to Protect
Peter Van Buren’s article is exceptionally clear and to the point.
It’s the best answer I’ve yet seen to Hillary Clinton’s disingenuous attempts to
defend her mishandling of classified information.
2015-08-01 Maria Mitchell’s Birthday
She doesn’t rate a Google doodle this year, but August 1 is the day to
remember the extraordinary life of this American astronomer.
2015-07-31 ClojureScript Next
ClojureScript can now compile itself. This means that you can make
a web page that allows the user to type in ClojureScript and evaluate it.
That, of course, is just the tip of the iceberg of awesomeness.