First: Journeys with Maps by Robert Rees: moving from Object-Orientated languages with a strong emphasis on typing to a functional style with a duck-typing approach. Expect the talk changed therefore: surprise! :-)
Second (starts at minute 14:00): Riemann by Sam Newman: Riemann is a Clojure stream processing server based on the c10k server Netty. Capable of processing a large number of concurrent events, using its elegant stream processing functions it is possible to collect large amounts of data from disparate clients.
Third (starts at minute 24:00): http.async.client by Hubert Iwaniuk: Simultaneously fetching a lot of data over HTTP, consuming HTTP stream, or just needing as painless interface as curl at you REPL – async.http.client is for you. It is lightweight, fast, asynchronous HTTP client.
Fourth (starts at minute 36:30): Canon fodder by Chris Ford: Musical canons employ a base melody accompanied by one or more ‘imitations’ – transformations of the original melody. Clojure lends itself to describing canons because the transformations can be represented by pure functions. This talk will use the Overtone audio environment to explore the canonic form, from ‘Row, Row, Row Your Boat’ to Johann Sebastian Bach.
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