Something NLP-ish in Clojure

I started writing this article almost 2 years ago. While some things have changed (interests, time, priorities), I thought about this the other day and thought it was too neat to just let die. I came back into this article today and tried to fill out a few of the lesser detailed areas and decided […]

Adding Trigram Searching to a Clojure Webapp with YeSQL, Migratus, and Postgres

A Trigram is a three character subsection of a string of text. This allows you to match text if you’re close to the actual text you’re looking for. For example, the string foobar can be represented as the following trigrams: foo, oob, oba, bar. Click here to learn how to use Trigrams to elevate your search capabilities!

Using Futures in Clojure

It’s late at night so I’ll keep this post short. I’m going to quickly cover how to use Futures in Clojure and why you would want to use them. Let’s start with the why. What is a Future? A future is simply a function that executes code on a background thread and can be dereferenced […]

Clojure + Kibit & Eastwood

I’ve been writing Clojure for a while now, but my day job is still predominantly JavaScript and Java. There are two tools that I use every single time I write JavaScript and Java code. Respectively, a linter and a static code analyzer. Recently, I set out to search for similar tools in the Clojure domain. […]