I was chatting with @danoyoung on IRC the other day about embedding a nREPL server, and about using that as the basis for a talk at our local Clojure meetup.

I’ve also been in and seen conversations about all of the effort and knowledge that needs to go into making some Clojure code be a “real” software product.

Along these lines of thinking, I have an idea for a series of posts about the kinds of things one does when putting Clojure into production. Each will build on the previous, hopefully resulting in a nice multipart article and corresponding repo on Github to help beginners see some patterns and ideas for building Clojure services.

The first post will be about logging. Updates coming soon…

Updates within…

  • 2015-06-14: added the post on Logging.