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Episode 135 – Jordan Miller

In this episode I talk with Jordan Miller. We talk her breaking into to software development, activity in the Clojure community, redefining open source contributions, mentoring, and much more.

Our Guest, Jordan Miller.

Jordan Miller

Announcements

The Big Elixir is taking place March 24th and 25th in New Orleans. Save 20% on tickets you use the code FUNCTIONALGEEKERY2022. Visit https://thebigelixir.com/ to register.

ElixirConf EU is taking place the 9th and 10th of June, with training running the 6th-8th. For more information and to get your tickets visit https://www.elixirconf.eu/.

:clojureD is taking place June 11th in Berlin, Germany. The Call for Presentations is open through March 4th. Visit https://clojured.de/ for more information and to submit your proposal.

Lambda Days 2022 has been moved to the 28th and 29th of July in Krakow, Poland. Visit lambdadays.org to keep up to date.

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If that is one of the ways you would like to show your support, you can find out more at https://www.patreon.com/fngeekery.

Topics [@2:58]

Welcome Jordan
Clojurians Slack
Jordan on the Cognicast
About Jordan
Starting on WordPress
Learning Lambda Calculus as an introduction to programming
Scheme
DrRacket
Python
Clojure Conj
ClojureScript
re-frame
Building a WordPress site for a restaurant website
Using Dog Tags to visualize linked lists
Falling in love with the Clojure Community
Sean Corfield
Learning Scheme
Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
LightTable
5 different ways to show a function
Starting with immutable data
Why so many senior devs seem to come to Clojure
MIT Open Courseware
Original Sussman and Ableson Lectures
Dr. Ana Bell
What about Clojure that put it on her radar
Dave Beasley
Jordan’s experience in Python
Coursera courses
“I struggled with for loops because I learned recursion first”
Having your personal webpage
Diving right into ClojureScript for first job
Self teaching and breaking into software development with a full-time job
Daniel Higginbotham
Vouch
Mike Fikes
David Nolen
JavaScript
React Native
Storybook
How Jordan started her media presence
“I am a performer by nature”
“WTF is Clojure?” video on YouTube
Being a Sponsored open Source developer
Bring the flavor of your
Encourage people to redefine what an open source contribution is
ClojureBridge
What prompted her podcast
Borkdude
Emergent Works
Her mentee Jordan Jay on Github Website
Next Chapter
Alex Miller
“I’ll Fire Spin for a free ticket”
Jordan’s LinkTree

As always, a giant Thank You goes to David Belcher for the logo design.

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