Grep'ing within my current project is something I do frequently. It's
not much to type, but I do it often enough that I was looking for a
0 replies - 2297 views - 11/17/12 by Jay Fields in Articles
I previously mentioned:
The functionality in expectations.scenarios was borne out of compromise. I found certain scenarios I wanted to test, but I...
0 replies - 1775 views - 11/15/12 by Jay Fields in Articles
The functionality in expectations.scenarios was borne out of compromise.
I found certain scenarios I wanted to test, but I wasn't sure how to
0 replies - 1885 views - 11/14/12 by Jay Fields in Articles
Most of the time you can easily divorce the values needed in an expected
form and an actual form of an expectation. In those cases, nothing
0 replies - 1687 views - 11/11/12 by Jay Fields in Articles
The vast majority of testing I do these days is state-based; however, there are times when I need to test an interaction (e.g. writing to a file or...
0 replies - 1694 views - 11/10/12 by Jay Fields in Articles
If you're using expectations and Joda Time, you now have the ability to
freeze time in bare expectations (version 1.4.16 and above). The
0 replies - 1933 views - 11/09/12 by Jay Fields in Articles
As I mentioned in a couple of previous posts Jen and I have been playing around with Mahout random forests and for a few hours last week we spent some...
0 replies - 2918 views - 11/08/12 by Mark Needham in Articles
Clojure has a zen-like quality to it. There is extreme...
0 replies - 1428 views - 10/29/12 by Jakub Holý in Articles
11 replies - 10886 views - 10/23/12 by Jakub Holý in Articles
Let’s start with a puzzle. Let’s create a little Leiningen project called careful. Let’s set :main careful.core in project.clj and put this in...
0 replies - 2715 views - 10/20/12 by Konrad Garus in Articles
I recently made a contribution to ghijira,
a small tool written in Clojure for exporting issues from GitHub in
JIRA-compatible format. One of the problems...
0 replies - 2542 views - 10/16/12 by Konrad Garus in Articles
A co-worker recently asked how I package and deploy my clojure code.
There's nothing special about the code, but I'm making it available here
0 replies - 2022 views - 10/15/12 by Jay Fields in Articles
I use ->> (thread-last) and -> (thread-first) very often. When
I'm transforming data I find it easy to break things down mentally by
0 replies - 2702 views - 10/09/12 by Jay Fields in Articles
If you've written a fair amount of Clojure code and aren't familiar with
clojure.set, then chances are you've probably reinvented a few
0 replies - 2562 views - 10/08/12 by Jay Fields in Articles
Java architects have
a plethora of options when choosing
architectures and components. You have to consider several aspects of the app when deciding on one...
0 replies - 1538 views - 10/05/12 by Mohan Kumar Muddana in Announcements
Thanks to everyone who came out to the Triangle Clojure Users Group for my talk last night.
It was great to see all the enthusiasm for ClojureScript.
0 replies - 5014 views - 09/09/12 by Jason Rudolph in Articles
Whether you like it or not, the web platform has become the
dominant client-side technology. This fact is so obvious that even...
1 replies - 7700 views - 08/28/12 by Victor Savkin in Articles
I have spent the last 6 months on a project where Clojure was the main technology in use. I can’t really say much about the project itself, except that...
0 replies - 6460 views - 08/03/12 by Ola Bini in Articles
I’ve run “State of Clojure” surveys for each of the last two years (see results from 2010 and 2011), and the time has come for the 2012 edition.
0 replies - 2843 views - 07/19/12 by Chas Emerick in Articles
Clojure stacktraces are not incredibly user friendly. Once I got used to
the status quo, I forgot how much noise lives within a stacktrace;
0 replies - 3723 views - 07/04/12 by Jay Fields in Articles