Thanks for the kind words.
Hey, I'm Pedro, which goes by the name of BuddhiLW in the internet. I'm about to graduate in Engineering Physics in the University of São Paulo, in Brazil. I have been using Clojure for fun. And, because I started learning computer programming with ANSI Common Lisp. But, I never got to make a bigger project. I have solved some Rosseta Code problems before, as the Pascal's Triangle, and the Archimede's Spiral (using Incanter library to plot). Currently, I'm writting my Conclusion Thesis on Open Software's influence in Engineering Curriculum. I would like to write an application in Clojure, using scimutil's library on Brachiostone curves simulation, as one of my showcases of how it can be used as a personal lab and learning resource. If you would like to help me, or you know of something similarly implemented, please message! Cheers!21✌️5👋1
@hindol.adhya Would you be interested in collaborate on constructing this simulation?
Brasileiro na área! 👋1🎉
Hi @pedrogbranquinho, the simulation itself seems pretty niche and I know nothing about it. I can definitely help you with the Clojure bits. The #beginners channel here is also very helpful (but you may already know it.)
@joelwallis Salve, salve! Meus irmãos visionários brasileiros!1✌️
@hindol.adhya Yes! SCIMutils has everything I need to make this simulation, plus bits from Clojure2D repository/library. But, I'm working out the details. If I get stuck in any syntactic structure, or operation I'm unable to simply produce, I will call you, for sure!1👍
I created this last year while trying to convince my coworkers to try Clojure (I failed). Suitable for someone completely new to Clojure and its syntax. https://gist.github.com/Hindol/727eb69e9943b371e66902c19960fd0c