next.jdbc 1.0.0 and 1.0.1First off, seancorfield/next.jdbc 1.0.0 was released on June 13th, 2019 (and I announced it on ClojureVerse but did not blog about it), and yesterday I released seancorfield/next.jdbc 1.0.1 which is mostly documentation improvements.
Daniel Compton has continued his excellent trend of writing an analysis of the State of Clojure survey comments and one of the comments in his Community section stood out for me:"I suggest moving off of slack to a more accessible chat system.
It has been a crazy busy year, both at work and personally, and it's hard for me to believe my last blog post was in April!Clojure/conj is coming up fast and the schedule was posted today, which has made me even more excited about it.
With the recent arrival of clj and tools.deps.alpha as a "standard" lightweight way to run Clojure programs and the seed for tooling based on deps.edn dependency files, it's time to take a look at the terminology used across Clojure's various tools.Running Java/JVM Programs
I'm pleased to announce that the "Boot new" task formerly known as seancorfield/boot-new has moved to the Boot organization, as boot-clj/boot-new and that the group/artifact ID is now boot/new.You can use this to easily create a new Boot-based project: