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Re: [paho-dev] ANN Machine Head, a Clojure MQTT client built on top of Paho

Since we're mentioning events, I'll throw in here a quick notice that myself, AndySC, Nick and others will be at Thingmonk on Dec 3rd, the same week as the Clojure eXchange (which I know also want to go to!)

There's also an M2M Hackathon in London later in November that Al S-M and I will be at.

On Tue, Nov 5, 2013 at 7:53 AM, Chris Jenkins <cdpjenkins@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi Michael,

Thanks for sharing this and for your hard work. Clojure and MQTT are a great fit for each other and it's great to see people putting the two together.

FYI, Thomas van der Veen and I are going to be talking about our experiences using MQTT and Clojure at Clojure eXchange in London next month (blatant plug: We actually wrote our own thin wrapper on top of Paho because Machine Head didn't exist at that point but if we were starting now then I'd definitely look at using Machine Head and leveraging your hard work :-). In the future, it would be great to see if we can work together on this stuff.


On 4 November 2013 18:54, Michael Klishin <michael.s.klishin@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm happy to announce Machine Head, a small
Clojure MQTT client built on top of Paho Java.

Machine Head eliminates some of the boilerplate code
required to use Paho Java directly via Java interop,
while introduce effectively no overhead. Using MQTT
from Clojure is now ridiculously easy.

Machine Head and MQTT have a chapter in the upcoming
Clojure Cookbook by O'Reilly.

Finally, like all ClojureWerkz (,
Machine Head is released under the Eclipse Public License.

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