It is easy to lie with statistics. It is hard to tell the truth without it.
― Andrejs Dunkels
At this year’s EuroClojure I gave a talk about probabilistic programming with Clojure, using the Anglican probabilistic programming system. Abstract: Probabilistic Programming Systems aim to merge general purpose programming with probabilistic modelling. They provide powerful statistical inference and thus allow developers to focus on the modelling with tools and environments they are comfortable with. These […]
Here is a quick introduction to style your Clojure JavaFX application via CSS using the garden library. Intro I am still working on a desktop application built with Clojure and fn-fx and I am making good progress, pretty happy with it so far. When I gave a talk about it at the Clojure meetup Berlin, […]
A few weeks ago Christoph and I gave an introduction to MicroServices at Futurice‘s Beer&Tech sessions in Berlin. The idea was to collect our impressions from the DevOps conference 2015 in Berlin. I think we covered a lot of ground here from business value to technology and some simple live examples. The tools we introduced […]
This is the second part of this Tutorial series. The first article can be found here: How to build a WebApp: Strategic Planning If you are familiar with agile methodologies you may want to avoid a lot of documentation. In general I think this is a good approach. But it does not mean, that you […]
Intro Hi and welcome to the first article in this series. I will cover the whole process of building a modern Webapp. We will start with an initial planning (covered in this article) and finish with the public deployment of the app. I will rather focus on the development process than on implementation. There are […]