Archive for the ‘clojure’ tag.
TechJam presents a talk about testing business logic using DSLs, by Mayank Jain, of @Helpshift, on Thursday 16 July, at 6:30pm, at IDeaS.com, Baner Road. Testing business logic quickly becomes tricky, as applications grow and scale. Example based unit and integration tests, and exploratory tests become poor choices to check and verify a large state […]
Last weekend BG aka @ghoseb conducted a 2-day free Clojure workshop – which was “sold out” and many people had to be disappointed. Swaroop C H (who is famous for many things, one of which is A Byte of Python a free online book that has helped many people learn Python), was apparently in town, […]
the Pune Clojure User Group is organizing an intensive 2-day workshop on Clojure – on 24-25 August. The workshop is designed for programmers who have been using imperative programming languages so far and will give them a solid foundation in Functional Programming, Clojure & the Lisp-way. The course is completely free of charge thanks to […]
This is a live-blog of TechWeekend 5 on Functional Programming, with talks by Dhananjay Nene (Why FP), Baishampayan Ghose (Clojure) and Bhasker Kode (Erlang)
Have you heard of Clojure, Erlang, Scala, F# and wondered why people are getting all excited about these new fangled languages? Then this is your chance to find out. And if you are a programmer or are otherwise working in the software technology space and have not heard any of those names, then you need […]