Bruce is a co-founder and the CTO of Mastodon C where he is trying to save the world with clojure and big data.
He is also one of the co-founders of the London Clojure User Group and helps the London Java Community and London Python Dojo. He likes pragmatically using lean, agile and kanban.
Bruce loves automating drudgery away with a script, learning a new language in GNU emacs and generally talking nonsense.
- RT @opentechuk: "tell the people you believe in that they're great" - Meri (@Geek_Manager) 2 hours ago
- RT @yoditstanton: Women in Data Meetup @Forward Labs lnkd.in/C2-6Gf 3 hours ago
- RT @cassieldotcom: Gigging at @MusicTechFest at 8:20pm. Therefore I have just under 5 hours to code some live visuals from scratch. M-x nre… 7 hours ago
- RT @richardjpope: #opentech was lovely. No reason at all, that other conferences should not be that good, cost £5, and be community led. 7 hours ago
- RT @danmcquillan: i forgot to mention i'm doing the ODI friday talk next week: "Will open data give citizens super powers?" http://t.co/BG9… 8 hours ago
Tag Archives: clojure
Running dojos is a lot of fun. It is also really easy. No one has to prepare a talk or a subject for the night. The most important thing is that everyone has fun. After that if people learn some … Continue reading
EuroClojure for me was also about community and diversity. The community aspect of EuroClojure was obvious from the start. It was a great selection of friendly and welcoming people, which has always been my experience in the clojure community. During … Continue reading
At the end of a very busy week was the highlight for me. EuroClojure 2012 was a chance to gather about 250 clojurians from Europe and further afield. There were keynotes from Stuart Halloway and Rich Hickey. Due to one … Continue reading
Just today I was asked a question that I’ve been asked many times before: What level of Clojure proficiency is needed, if any? And my answer is — none whatsoever. We formed the dojo to learn clojure, which was a … Continue reading
I’ve been having fun today sitting on a heating pad for a bad lower back and learning a bit of statistics, python, clojure and Incanter by porting Toby Segaram’s “Collective Intelligence” to clojure. My code is on github. Continue reading