Clojure Deref (July 16, 2021)

Clojure Deref (July 16, 2021)

16 July 2021
Alex Miller

Welcome to the Clojure Deref! This is a weekly link/news roundup for the Clojure ecosystem. (@ClojureDeref RSS)


Big congrats to Amperity on their Series D financing and valuation of $1B, making them another "unicorn" built substantially on Clojure and ClojureScript, approaching 100 Clojure developers. It is great to see these Clojure success stories at scale! Amperity has also been a great contributor to the Clojure ecosystem, so many thanks to them.

Podcasts and videos

Libraries and tools

Some interesting library and tool updates and posts this week:

  • Datomic Cloud 884-9095 - new lower pricing tiers, API Gateway automation, and simplified operation

  • data.json 2.4.0 - no dependency JSON parser/writer in Clojure

  • tools.reader 1.3.6 - Clojure reader in Clojure

  • 0.1.3 - Building artifacts in Clojure

  • holy-lambda 0.2.3 - micro-framework that integrates Clojure with AWS Lambda

  • rcf - (NEW) turn your Rich Comment Forms into tests

  • datalevin 0.4.40 - simple, fast and durable Datalog database

  • bootleg 0.1.9 - simple template processing command line tool to help build static websites

  • depstar 2.1.267 - builds JARs, uberjars, does AOT, manifest generation, etc for deps.edn projects

  • pathom 2021.07.10-alpha - logic programming through attribute relationships.

  • pathom-viz 2021.7.11 - visualization tools for Pathom

  • pathom-viz-connector 2021.07.15-1 - connect Pathom parsers with the Pathom Viz Electron standalone tool

  • mirabelle 0.3.0 - stream processing engine for monitoring

  • clojure-lsp 2021.07.12-12.30.59 - Language Server (LSP) for Clojure

  • Calva 2.0.204 - Clojure for VS Code

  • babashka 0.5.0 - native, fast starting Clojure interpreter for scripting

  • eastwood 0.8.1 - Clojure lint tool

  • antq 0.16.0 - point out your outdated dependencies

Video throwback

If you haven’t seen it, the classic Every Clojure Talk Ever by Alex Engelberg and Derek Slager does a pretty good job of lovingly capturing the foibles and curiosities of the Clojure community. Enjoy!