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David Nolen on Clojure's core.logic - Strange Loop 2012

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Published on Sep 28, 2012

David Nolen (@swannodette) speaking in one of the unsessions after the first day of Strange Loop 2012. David is discussing what it took to implement core.logic, based on miniKanren in The Reasoned Schemer. Fortunately, the original authors of miniKanren, Dan Friedman and William Byrd are in the room and are the main people discussing it with him.

Unfortunately, this was recorded with just an iPhone 5 so while the video quality isn't too bad, the audio is poor when David isn't the one talking. An outboard microphone would have helped, I suspect.

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