Designing Cloje’s host interop API


1 day ago by John Croisant on blog.jacius.info.
Lately I have been working on designing Cloje’s host interop API. I had the outlines of a design for the API already, but as I started filling in...

All in a days work


6 days ago by Gautam Rege on Josh Software - Where Programming is an Art!.
How much can you achieve in one day? Let’s ask the Josh team and Seva Sahayog Foundation. It all started when Hetal asked us if we can help them out...

Cloje 0.2 Status Update


10 days ago by John Croisant on blog.jacius.info.
I previously posted that I was planning Cloje 0.2 to have a variety of new features, and aiming to release it in mid to late June. However, for a number...

Drop Books


12 days ago by Jay Fields on Jay Fields Thoughts.
The vast majority of books I purchase are for my own enjoyment, but not all of them. There are a few books that I buy over and over, and drop on the desks...

Surprises in clojure.set


21 days ago by John Croisant on blog.jacius.info.
Lately I have been implementing the clojure.set API for Cloje, and as usual, Clojure’s APIs are full of surprises, particularly if you pass unexpected...

RSchema-Hamster: Schemas for Shaping Immutable Data


28 days ago by David Crosby on Atomic Spin.
RSchema-Hamster is a Ruby gem that lets you use Hamster’s persistent data structures to define and validate the shape of your data via RSchema. What...

RSchema-Hamster: Schemas for Shaping Immutable Data


28 days ago by David Crosby on Atomic Spin.
RSchema-Hamster is a Ruby gem that lets you use Hamster’s persistent data structures to define and validate the shape of your data via RSchema. What...

Weekend in Rio de Janeiro - Ipanema


~1 month ago by pogodan on stJhimy - Playing around with codes!.
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Wscrap - Extract machine-readable data


~2 months ago by pogodan on stJhimy - Playing around with codes!.
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Rails Active Record .median


~2 months ago by Taryn East on Ruby-coloured glasses.
Rails neatly provides an .average method to easily find the average value of a column on your db, but it doesn't provide one for finding the median. Thankfully...