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Clojure Developers Barcelona Message Board › About clojure

About clojure

A former member
Post #: 1
Any of you guys are working on a daily basis with clojure? Would you recommend any interesting opensource projects to watch and collaborate with?
Jose R.
Group Organizer
Barcelona, ES
Post #: 5
We are not working with clojure on a daily basis (I wish I could) but I have been considering the idea of collaborating with an open source project too.

After some research I found 4clojure (­) and it seems that they are very open to new collaborators. I was considering to join the project although I wanted to be more familiar with it first. By the way, the project itself is very interesting: It is an online repository of clojure "exercises"
A former member
Post #: 1
To begin with, I'm new to the group. I'm a software engineer (and hobbyist developer) interested in functional languages and real-time computer graphics (OpenGL and stuff.) I'm from Madrid but this seems to be the only spanish group about Clojure. Such a pity that this great language is so unknown!

I do some little projects in Clojure from time to time (some of which are published under EPL in my GitHub account) but I'm looking forward to working in bigger projects with teammates, so I thought I could join an open-source project too. I follow several open-source projects closely over GitHub, but most of them are pretty mature and I'd like to be involved from the bottom-up, so I just watch and read code.

Some great projects I watch:
http://overtone.githu...­­­­ <- this one is plain awesome!

As I said, most of these are pretty mature, but issues still arise.

PS: I just LOVE 4clojure Jose :) I didn't contribute code because it's a pretty mature project (and I don't feel like writing problems), but the developers are really nice people (I chat with them over IRC from time to time) and the site is just awesome. Did you join the code-golf league? What's your username over there?
Jordi P.
Barcelona, ES
Post #: 3
Hi everyone,

Just saw the last message back from my vacations.

Alvaro, thanks for your list! 4 more projects to take into account. And, by the way, welcome to the group. Hope you find any excuse to come to Barcelona so we can have a beer, a chat about clojure and fp, a coding dojo... or all of them.
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