London Clojurians Talk: Dynamic Notebooks and Literate Programming (by Sam Ritchie)

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The London Clojurians are happy to present:

Title: Dynamic Notebooks and Literate Programming
Time: 2021-01-26T18:30:00Z
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Sam Ritchie ( 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 (, Summingbird ( and Algebird (, and has been contributing lately to the SICMUtils ( 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.)


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Plenty more talks at the London Clojurians

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