to-jdbc-uri 0.5.0 released

We just released to-jdbc-uri 0.5.0 with support for URL parameters. Courtesy of Joe Kutner. I’d like to note, sometimes I hear that the Clojure community doesn’t care about testing, but to-jdbc-uri has a very complete testing suite and so far, this and other contributions came fully tested.


Free-form version 0.2.0 released

We are very happy to announce version 0.2.0 of our form building library Free-form. This version includes: Started Bootstrap 3 support. Change API from :free-form/field to :free-form/input . Created example app to help test, exercise and develop the library: The Bootstrap 3 support means that you can have whole fields defined as succinctly as:


Prerenderer 0.2.0 released

We are proud to announce the release of version 0.2.0 of our ClojureScript library Prerenderer, a library to do server side pre-rendering of single page applications. In this release, we include: Changed the ClojureScript API to hide NodeJS details. New re-frame implementation that depends on re-frame 0.6.0 but not on a fork. Added an option to specify the working directory …

Review of Clojure Exchange 2015 London

Image of Bruce at Clojure Exchange 2015 London

I recently attended Clojure Exchange 2015 London, the conference organized by Skills Matter for Clojurians. Like many other attendees I was impressed by the quality of the talks and as a presenter, I was particularly pleased that only a few hours later my presentation, What is a Macro?, was already published, in video form, for everybody to see. Some presentations I …

jar-copier version 0.3.0 released

We just released a new version of jar-copier, 0.3.0, that includes: Better reporting of misconfiguration. Thoroughly testing misconfiguration reporting. Added the possibility to manually specify the jars (not java-agents). The main change is the last item, which was planned but now it became clear that some people actually wanted it.

Pablo at Clojure eXchange, London 2015

Our very own Pablo will be presenting at the Clojure eXchange conference on December 3rd, 2015. His talk is titled What is a Macro. The description of the talk is: Or what makes Lisp, and Clojure, more powerful than other languages. This is an introductory presentation about macros, explaining how to write them, and why they are so much more …

Announcing Ninja Tools

These days we use tens if not hundreds of web apps for running our businesses: Email: Google Apps for Work, Outlook. Project Management: Trello, Basecamp, Asana. Issue Tracking: Jira, FogBugz, GitHub. Chat: Flowdock, Slack, Hipchat, Speak. Source code hosting: GitHub, Kiln, BitBucket. Error Reporting: Yeller, Bugsnag, Airbrake, Rollbar and a million others. When it comes to choosing a new app, …