THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT
[Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]
The London Clojurians are happy to present:
Title: Dynamic Notebooks and Literate Programming
Local time: https://time.is/1830_26_Jan_2021_in_London/ (click here for local time)
Sam Ritchie (https://samritchie.io/) will be presenting:
This talk will introduce Sam’s current effort to create a networked, stateful, literate programming system in Clojure. We’ll discuss the history of literate programming and the creation of “microworlds”, and how Clojure has a special edge in the search for humane computing interfaces.
Sam is a staff research engineer at Google X. He’s been working gleefully in Clojure since 2010. Sam is the author of Cascalog 2.0 (http://cascalog.org/), Summingbird (https://github.com/twitter/summingbird) and Algebird (https://twitter.github.io/algebird/), and has been contributing lately to the SICMUtils (https://twitter.github.io/algebird/) computer algebra system.
If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:
(The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)