Clojurers to Follow
I follow all these Clojurers (Clojurians? Clojurists? Clojeoisie?) because their tweets are interesting and useful. If you're into Clojure, then I'm sure you'll want to follow them, too:
Bridget Hillyer (@BridgetHiller)
Bridget is one of the main forces behind ClojureBridge, an organization which teaches free Clojure workshops to women. She's also one of the coolest people I know, and I'm proud to call her a friend!
Alan Dipert (@alandipert)
Alan is the smartest person I know, and I'm proud to call him a friend, too. He's also super funny and nice, which seems unfair to me. Everything he writes will learn you good. I haven't discussed this with my wife yet, but I plan on naming my firstborn Dipert in his honor.
Bozhidar Batsov (@bbatsov)
Bozhidar is my Emacs hero! He maintains CIDER and writes about Emacs. I don't understand how he manages to accomplish so much. My guess, though, is that he's written an AI clone of himself in elisp.
Fogus goes by one name, which is completely badass. I really enjoy his tweets!
David Nolen (@swannodette)
I have no idea what a swannodette is, but good god David knows all the cool stuff. How does he do it?
Alex Miller (@puredanger) Alex is the Clojure Community Czar. Follow him to hear about Clojure events and developments. Tweet him about all your stacktrace woes.
That's it for now! If there's anyone you'd like me to add, please let me know! I'm @nonrecursive.