September 24, 2013 · 6:00 PM
We are not at the pinnacle of computing. The way we program today is not as good as it gets. Clojure is better for software development than most other programming languages but we can still do better. Jason Gilman will present how we can improve our ability to understand and see code execution through Visualization Driven Development (VDD). He'll cover the newly released library, VDD Core, which allows VDD in Clojure.
VDD Core provides functions to capture code execution data, push data to a web browser, and some visualization utilities to help build a visualization of the code execution. Jason will explain why we need to bring data visualizations to software development, a process for visualization design, and show how to connect the pieces with VDD Core.
For more information see the blog post announcing VDD Core, the VDD Core Wiki, and the example projects.