Nitor collected Clojure Open Source contributions from September at the ClojuTRE 2019 conference. The five best contributions got special awards while Nitor also donated 340 € to support Clojure Open Source efforts via Clojurists Together.
Joint Futures offered new insights on the future of design. Shaping our tools and methods towards enabling humanity and diversity will be the next steps for our industry and especially us designers.
Extensible Data Notation or EDN is the Clojure equivalent of JSON: using the language’s literal syntax for data serialisation. Some people recommend EDN for serialisation in full-stack Clojure projects. Not many talk about its pitfalls.