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Sam Clearman

Sam Clearman

Sam Clearman has recently left the grey skies of Seattle and made his home in Manhattan. Sam's passion for abstraction has lead him to pursue the intersections of math and programming in an attempt to discover the secret of the universe. After two years of contract web development, Sam has moved on to greater projects. By day, he is currently working as a full time Ruby developer for Jango.com, the internet radio company. By night, he uses Lisp to save the world.

Sam's Articles:

Cross Domain XMLHttpRequest

By Sam Clearman

Sam Clearman discusses two techniques for circumventing cross domain JavaScript restrictions on XMLHttpRequest in the same origin policy. Read more …


The Fattening of the Client

By Sam Clearman Oct. 1st 2008

Why every developer needs to brush up on his Javascript right now— Read more …

Under the Hood Of BandCamp

By Sam Clearman Oct. 1st 2008

Serial software developer Joe Holt talks to Sam Clearman about his newest project, BandCamp: the website for bands and their music that finds a new revenue model for the record industry.
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