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My Componentised Clojure Crusade

4th December 2014 in London at Skills Matter

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One of the great things about coming to conferences is seeing ideas you’ve heard about for real. Well, Stuart Sierra’s components and reloaded workflow have been a popular topic for a while now and I’ll use this lightning talk to bring them to life by showing you how we use them to separate concerns and streamline our development workflow.

I’ll also show how we use off the shelf components to make it easy to create a componentised website or add a database and show a few patterns I have found useful for running unit tests real fast and dealing with large volumes of data in development.

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My Componentised Clojure Crusade

Adrian Mowat

Adrian is the development lead for the web team at Arnold Clark. His background is an unusual mix of Ruby on Rails and enterprise data integration using Ab Initio (ETL language). He’s been working with Clojure for the last 3 years and is passionate about building the community in Scotland.

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One of the great things about coming to conferences is seeing ideas you’ve heard about for real. Well, Stuart Sierra’s components and reloaded workflow have been a popular topic for a while now and I’ll use this lightning talk to bring them to life by showing you how we use them to separate concerns and streamline our development workflow.

I’ll also show how we use off the shelf components to make it easy to create a componentised website or add a database and show a few patterns I have found useful for running unit tests real fast and dealing with large volumes of data in development.

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About the Speaker

My Componentised Clojure Crusade

Adrian Mowat

Adrian is the development lead for the web team at Arnold Clark. His background is an unusual mix of Ruby on Rails and enterprise data integration using Ab Initio (ETL language). He’s been working with Clojure for the last 3 years and is passionate about building the community in Scotland.