Listening to game three of the National League Divisional Series
between the Washington Nationals and Los Angeles Dodgers today on
the way to the airport, I heard a startingly weighty statistic: The
team that wins game three of a five-game series wins 77% of series!
That’s one pivotal game!
I’ve been experimenting with clojure.spec on a new web project, as a way of validating data coming in from the client. We’re using JSON API as the lingua franca between the server and client, which adds a not-insignificant amount of ceremony and overhead to the JSON payload. So once I got one namespace’s endpoints spec’ed correctly, the obvious next step was to generalize it with a function that looked like this (edited for brevity):
Building QT and
has always been at best an exercise in yak shaving and at worst an
exercise in wizardry, prayer, and laptop damage. For the most part I
have been free from problems with it for a while, but a new problem
cropped up the most recent time I upgraded my Ruby version and bundled
a project that included it: