I’ve been active in the Clojure community for a while now. I’ve written libraries, given talks, and most recently wrote a book. I’ve treated these all as opportunities to delve into topics that interest me, so while they all relate to Clojure, they also intersect with broader topics in software, philosophy, and sometimes literature.
A year ago, I quit my full-time job to pursue some projects of my own, subsidized by a bit of consulting. One of these was the book, another was a tool for “exploratory data processing” that I’m calling Lacuna. Now that I’ve completed a draft of the book, I plan to focus on this for a while. There’s nothing to show yet, but there are some foundational libraries on Github which I’m happy to discuss, as well as the goals of the overall project.
This topic will be active for 24 hours, but I’ll be asleep through some of the latter half. Ask me whatever you like.