Modern bridge between Clojure and Wolfram Language (Mathematica)—a call to action!
TL;DR We are planning an informal event to explore the Clojure bridge to Wolfram Language, possibly this Friday. Please comment if you are interested.
Looking for contributors to a re-vival of the
Clojuratica library and a presentation of cool things you can do with it already (feat. Clerk, hanami and other goodies).
With re:Clojure we’re trying to be more than a two-day-conference.
The whole month of amazing Workshops, Data Science Special as a “third day” of the conference to meet, reflect and look forward.
This year, one of the keynotes speakers is Stephen Wolfram, who has created a really wonderful world of a symbolic and computational language.
Part of our efforts in the run up to the conference was to have a modern bridge that would allow us to access the intellectual interest and conveniences of that world. @prnc and @Christopher_Small have revived the old bridge, that has been developed by a few people in the past.
- project origins
- 2min intro to Wolfram Language and Mathematica
- how to use it from Clojure
- cool things™ & integration with the ecosystem
- what’s been done, what still needs to be done
Also the languages share the LISP origin, which makes it really easy for us to use!
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It’s all in the family—just move the parens one space to the left!
Please comment if you might be able to join, or if you have any thoughts.