Despite not getting a whole lot further in the problem, last week's edition had some great conversations and knowledge sharing. The consensus was to continue with Pacman in Clojure this week over some Pizza and beer!
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Okay, thanks Ben.
0 · March 5, 2013
I don't think anyone from thought works is available to host this week, but I'm told we'll be back on next week. There wasn't a meetup on Friday, just some localized calendar failure
Is there a meetup tomorrow? And did you guys get together last Friday as the calendar seems to indicate?
the meetup has come and gone, meetup.com won't let us change the end date.
0 · March 1, 2013
Ah, thanks for the clarification.
I'm a little confused about the event being scheduled from Feb. 27th to March 8th. Is this an everyday meetup?
0 · February 28, 2013
Working from home today, will skip tonight's meetup. See you next week.
0 · February 27, 2013
Sorry, I would have liked to join but can't make it tonight. One thing I'd like to suggest is to look at Midje which makes top-down TDD easy in clojure. Take a look at http://chatley.com/posts/09-21-2011/marick-clojure-tdd/
Caught a cold, will be in next week.
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