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Women in tech

Oct 2, 2013 some comments

I don’t know much about this, but… The learning process is something you can incite, literally incite, like a riot. — Audre Lorde …I can learn more.1 And so can you. 2 Overview a microcosm of the problem Unlocking the Clubhouse by Jane Margolis and Allan Fisher The Brogrammer Effect: Women Are a Small (and […]

Aaaaaaannnnndd, we’re back.

Oct 1, 2013

Some of you may have noticed that my blog was fubar thanks to the surprising popularity of Read-Eval-Print-λove. Finally the blog is back and as inane as ever! :F

Read-Eval-Print-λove v001 – Sakura

Sep 9, 2013

I just hit GO on the Read-Eval-Print-λove newsletter, so if you subscribed to the newsletter then it should hit your inbox very soon. For those of you who have not heard about it yet, the elevator pitch is as follows: Read-Eval-Print-λove is a bi-monthly newsletter of original content and curation about the Lisp family of […]

A ha! Ha ha! Aah…

Sep 4, 2013 some comments

When I first started using Clojure I was often very confused. My previous context before finding Clojure was one where things like Java, an object-oriented mindset and bang-in-place update models reigned. So, as you can imagine, that Clojure took a very different approach to modeling time and preferring functional composition seemed to me quite a […]

Upcoming talks in 2013

Aug 21, 2013 some comments

Last year I made a vow to myself that I would not give any talks in 2013 without showing code. What that really means is that any talk that I would give in 2013 had to be related to a project that I was actively working on and had working source code. The first half […]

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