Lesser known Clojure: letfn form
Sometimes it’s useful to declare functions for a local scope only. Typically this can be achieved by using
let form. Let’s look at such example:
Clojure: JSON request with http.async.client library
Lately I was writing Clojure code that needed to do the
POST request to the external service. Additional requirement was that this request should use
JSON as a format of a data in the body. I was using http.async.client library for doing my network communication. Because I couldn’t find any example of such request I’ve spent some time before I was done. To help you, I will post my solution.
Again I get from Patrick Smacchia an opportunity to test new version of NDepend - this time version 6. If you don’t know, NDepend is a tool that measure and present information about code metrics in your
.Net code. It can run as standalone application, but also as Visual Studio plugin.
September has come and as usual at this time of the year I went to Krakow (Poland), to attend DevDay. Since the last year, the conference changed a bit - it’s not a free one anymore (but the cost is very reasonable) and it takes two days now. Expect that changes everything else is the same - great sessions with superior service around them (lots of good food, free drinks, helpful crew).Read more
Starting with Emacs
It has been almost one year since I’ve started using Emacs. I think this is a good moment to give you some tips about starting using it. This isn’t typical tutorial, but rather the description of my approach to learning Emacs.Read more