1. Lambda Days 2015 - Matthias Nehlsen - Building a System in Clojure


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    Matthias is software engineer and author from Hamburg, Germany. After working with Scala for 2 years, he is now interested in Clojure. Currently, he is writing a book about "Building Systems in Clojure". His open source work can be found at: https://github.com/matthiasn Building a System in Clojure In this talk I will present my BirdWatch project , a system I'm building in order to discover patterns for developing distributed applications for reasoning over streaming data in Clojure and ClojureScript. It also also the sample application in the book I'm currently working on: leanpub.com/building-a-system-in-clojure Previous incarnations of this application have been in Scala with an AngularJS frontend, but I fell out of love with these technologies and have more fun with the Clojure ecosystem now.

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    • Remotely Flipped - an online version of the lean/agile coin flipping game


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      This video shows a little real-time training game we made, RemotelyFlipped.com. It's an implementation of the popular "lean penny" or lean coin flipping game that agile/lean trainers use to show teams that small batches of work are better than big batches of work. It's usually taught as an in person exercise. Using PubNub and clojure, we built an online version that works in real time across browsers, keeping the data about the coins in synch across the users. This allows remote teams to also play the game and learn lean principles.

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      • Merge Sort Kata in Clojure


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        Merge Sort Kata in Clojure, by Daniel Irvine

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        • Holy Grail demo


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          Showcases the workflow made possible by Boot and system. Some useful links: Boot: http://boot-clj.com/ system: https://github.com/danielsz/system Holy Grail: https://github.com/danielsz/holygrail

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          • Boot Middleman


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            • BoidsRecording


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              In-progress screencap of animation for the "Boids" automata flocking algorithm we've been working on in the Data Structures and Algorithms group at Turing. More info about the algorithm can be found here: http://www.red3d.com/cwr/boids/ Source for this version can be found here: https://github.com/worace/birds

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              • Capacitive Touch Banana Piano using Clojure / Overtone


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                A capacitive touch piano made of Bananas, using an Arduino and Clojure with Overtone.

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                • 2015 04 10 - Mundane Clojure for Mortals: A Simple Web API - Nils Blum-Oeste


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                  Our resident LISP fan in a very hands-on tutorial about getting a web API up and running using Clojure.

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                  • Clojure REPL demo


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                    A quick play around with the Clojure REPL to demonstrate workflow

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                    • Functional Music - Tomas Osland


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                      Let's make music the hard way. Using Overtone and Clojure we can make sounds by writing functional code. In this lightning talk we will implement a drum machine, a jazz robot, synthesizers and more. Recorded 11 March 2015 at the Booster conference in Bergen, Norway. www.boosterconf.no

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