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  1. Building Web Apps with ClojureScript - Alistair Roche

    19:21

    from Benjamin Pearson Liked 235 1 0

    Presented at the MelbJS meetup at Aconex in Melbourne on the 10th of July 2013.

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    • Welcome to Vim

      27:52

      from Derek Wyatt Liked 89.9K 320 31

      This is a Vim Introduction to be watched by those looking to start using Vim or are curious about what it can do, or whatever... You don't necessarily "learn" anything here except that…

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      • Exploring Datomic

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        from Øredev Conference Liked 2,230 13 1

        Datomic is a new database with an intriguing distributed architecture. It separates reads, writes and storage, allowing them to scale independently. Queries run inside your application code using…

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        • Functional DevOps with Pallet - Hugo Duncan

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          from EuroClojure Liked 1,177 7 0

          With a growing number of adopters (Twitter, EMI, GoGrid, paper.li, and more) and 2 years of intense development, Pallet, an open source fresh look at DevOps, is ready for prime time. With Pallet you…

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          • Day 2 Keynote: The Datomic Architecture and Data Model - Rich Hickey

            46:01

            from EuroClojure Liked 1,809 14 0

            This talk discusses the design of Datomic, and the connections to the ideas behind Clojure.

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            • Immutable data stores - Datomic vs EventStore

              52:20

              from JavaZone Liked 1,857 16 2

              Never change your data If you are used to traditional databases, then to only append and never update your data may sound like a crazy idea. However, not only does this enable historical queries,…

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