For this week’s Clojure Cookbook preview recipe we’ll be taking a dive
clj-time, one of my
favorite libraries for dealing with time in Clojure.
Most commonly I use
clj-time for its parsing and
capabilities. The library is a trove of...
One of the most common faux pas I see in the Datomic-wilds is creating
functions that eschew the database as a value (e.g. accepting
as an argument). Instead, they treat the connection as a
value. Their functions accept
conn as an argument, or worse...
In anticipation of Clojure Cookbook’s
forthcoming release on March 21, I’ll be publishing one of my favorite recipes
each and every week leading up to the book’s release.
This is one of my favorite recipes because there was so little prior art on...