Kyle Kingsbury (aphyr) is a software engineer at Factual, the lead author of the Riemann monitoring system, and principal instigator behind Jepsen: an exploration of distributed systems safety. He's obsessed with Clojure, databases, and networks.
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Talks I've Given
Tesser: Another Level of Indirection
Featuring Kyle Kingsbury
Clojure's sequence library and the threading macro make lazy sequence operations like map, filter, and reduce composable, and their immutable semantics allow efficient re-use of intermediate results. Core.reducers combine multiple map, filter, takes, et al into a single fold, taking advantage...clojure concurrent distributed hadoop