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The Architecture of core.logic
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| by David Nolen Follow 1 Followers on Jun 07, 2013 |

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David Nolen discusses the architecture of core.logic, examining the various design decisions that allow different constraint solvers to peacefully coexist under the same framework.

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David Nolen is a JavaScript developer for The New York Times. He also runs a Brooklyn based workshop called Kitchen Table Coders. In his free time he does fun stuff with Clojure and ClojureScript.

The miniKanren Confo is a special 4 hour conference about logic programming (in particular miniKanren). Dan Friedman and Will Byrd (co-authors of the Reasoned Schemer) will provide a keynote. The list of sessions can be found on the Clojure/West site.

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