Weekdays, you can find Sam in the ROKT office staring at Emacs, Chrome and a database while poking at some Clojure or ClojureScript code. He’ll be trying to write simple, functional code, so that ROKT’s software will be more reliable, delivering boring stuff like “real business value” with a minimum of fuss.
At night and on weekends, the fun really starts: you can find him at home, staring at Emacs, Chrome and a database while poking at some Clojure or ClojureScript code. He’ll be working on his side project, Get Fluent French, an app to help students at the Alliance Française learn French. He’ll be trying to write simple functional code, so that he can deliver a better app, faster.
YOW! Lambda Jam 2016 Brisbane
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