Clojure Deref (Jan 28, 2022)

Clojure Deref (Jan 28, 2022)

28 January 2022
Alex Miller

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


It was great to see that :clojureD 2022 - Summer Beach Camp will be back in Berlin this summer on June 11!

Cognitect and Nubank expanded our Clojure open source support and have recently started sponsoring Vlad Protsenko, Mike Thompson, Zach Oakes, Daniel Compton, Lambda Island, Martin Kavalar, and Jacek Schæ. You can find a bigger (still partial) list at

We encourage you to support those open source developers and projects doing great work in our community, particularly if they make a difference for you or your company!

From the core

Just continuing to grind down the last few jiras in the 1.11 list on our way to beta1 and starting to think about what’s next.

Libraries and Tools

New releases and tools this week:

  • clerk 0.5.346 - Local-First Notebooks for Clojure

  • pathom3 2022.01.28-alpha - A library for navigating data

  • Calva 2.0.235 - Clojure & ClojureScript Interactive Programming for VS Code

  • Klipse embed

  • cq 2022.01.26-15.35.00 - Clojure Command-line Data Processor for JSON, YAML, EDN, XML and more

  • babashka 0.7.4 - Native, fast starting Clojure interpreter for scripting

  • malli 0.8.0 - Data-Driven Schemas for Clojure/Script

  • portal 0.20.0 - A clojure tool to navigate through your data.

  • ornament 0.3.30 - Clojure Styled Components

  • coffi 0.4.341 - A Foreign Function Interface in Clojure for JDK 17

  • Clojure CLI - Clojure CLI

  • deps.clj 0.0.22 - A faithful port of the clojure CLI bash script to Clojure

  • test-pipeline 0.2 - Break tests into reusable, composable steps

  • pppmap 1.0.0 - Partitioned parallel maps with progress

  • antq 1.4.0 - Point out your outdated dependencies

  • sicmutils 0.21.0 - Scmutils in Clojure

  • expectations 2.0.157 - A minimalist’s unit testing framework

  • remorse 0.2.0 - Keyword to morse code conversion

  • datalevin 0.5.28 - A simple, fast and versatile Datalog database