Category Archives: Clojure

Running a Clojure REPL on OpenShift

Any Clojure programmer will tell you that you need a REPL (Read-Eval-Print-Loop) to develop and debug applications. Interactive development is one of the great benefits of the LISP world. It gets used rather more than shells in other languages such … Continue reading

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A first Clojure app on OpenShift

Steve Citron-Pousty came to introduce RedHat’s OpenShift to the Clojure dojo at Liverpool GeekUp recently. I decided to put a couple of demonstration apps together so people at the dojo could get started. A really quick start is to create … Continue reading

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Importing data to HBase

I’ve begun to experiment with Hadoop (with the aim of eventually running jobs on EC2) for a project with Likely.co. Henry Garner (Likely.co’s CTO) provided exported HBase tables containing tweets as well as content and urls extracted from the tweets. … Continue reading

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Reflections on Euroclojure

I spent Thursday and Friday last week attending the first Clojure conference outside of the US – Euroclojure – in London. I’ve got to say that I’ve come back feeling really excited by what I saw there. I’ve been to … Continue reading

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