Blogged: (clj 4) Learning about when, maps and closures - https://j19sch.github.io/blog/clj4-learning-when-maps-closures/ #clojure #learning
Blogged: It’s time to retire our test case management tools #TestCases #TestManagement #TestTools https://testingcurve.wordpress.com/2020/07/19/its-time-to-retire-our-test-case-management-tools/
Blogged: (clj 3) Clojure's 'and' and 'or' are weird (but not really) - https://j19sch.github.io/blog/clj3-and-or-being-weird/ #Clojure #booleans
Second blog post: Deciding on a #Clojure editor - https://j19sch.github.io/blog/clj1-deciding-on-an-editor/ #emacs #vscode #vim
Am 10 koans into Clojure and I think I like this language! It's making my head hurt a little, but in the right way. :-)
Just reread this old blog post of mine and am feeling pretty proud of myself: how this tester writes code - https://testingcurve.wordpress.com/2019/06/08/how-this-tester-writes-code/
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