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Swarm Coding
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| by Phil Hagelberg Follow 0 Followers on Aug 22, 2012 |

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Phil Hagelberg advises on starting and maintaining user groups doing swarm coding, a form of interactive development in an informal setting.

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Phil Hagelberg has been writing Clojure for three years. He created Leiningen and maintains the Emacs support for Clojure as well as starting and running the Seattle Clojure group. He works for Heroku improving the Clojure support for their platform.

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