Andreas Tjernsten has for the last 10 years concentrated on making organizations function better and be happier. When he got the chance to work for Nitor, he adapted this principle into his own working life.
Nitor’s service designers jumped on a plane and flew to Toronto where they participated in Service Design Network’s annual conference SDGC19 on the 9th-10th of October. In this blog post Nitor’s service designer Ville Henriksson provides his insights about the most interesting themes of the conference.
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.