Programmer. Hiker. Cook. Always looking for interesting problems to solve.
20 Apr 2015 |
Last weekend, with the help of 14 teachers and TAs, we brought the first ClojureBridge workshop to London. 20 students that showed up on a day had a wide range of experience levels from total beginners to experienced programmers in other languages.
I have something to confess: I haven’t written any ClojureScript tests until this very morning. There were various reasons for that and often I would copy whatever was possible to Clojure namespace and test it there using
clojure.test. So when a new ClojureScript with a port of the clojure.test namespace –
cljs.test – was released, I could no longer ignore it.
Thanks to good people at Cognitect and the sponsors of the Opportunity Grant I had an opportunity to speak at Clojure/conj 2014. It was the second time I’ve given a talk, and a fourth tech conference I attended. And it’s been amazing!