My name is Daniel Szmulewicz. I was born in Belgium and live in Tel-Aviv.
I have traveled extensively around the world, worked as a journalist and published two novels in France.
I currently operate as a solo entrepreneur, writing apps for a living.
I am the founder and organizer of Clojure Israel, active since January 2013.
I have authored a couple of open source libraries in Ruby, Java and Clojure.
Every project I put in production uses the system library as a foundation, which I continually refine to boost liveness, composability and reach. Due to priorities and time constraints, I am very much aware of lagging behind on the documentation front. Sustainability of open source is a real issue in my experience. I think that initiatives like Clojurists Together are a step in the right direction. I have applied for a funding round in the hope to catch up.
I have just finished drafting a Wiki page describing Raamwerk, a web framework that ships with the system library. Comments are very much welcome.
I’m on Twitter as danielszmu, and my developer blog is here.