Some occasions when I have said things orally, and any related resources.

A talk at the 8th Light University meetup in Chicago, on computational complexity and recursion theory.

A talk at ClojureConj 2018 on the relationship between Clojure bytecode and the Clojure dynamic runtime.

An updated version of the vars talk of the same title from three years earlier (described below), given remotely for the Clojure PDX meetup group.

There's a video on youtube, but the first 36 minutes are less watchable due to accidental audio and video disruption.

A talk at ClojureConj 2017 on techniques and challenges of building test.check generators.

A lightning talk at Open Source Open Mic on QuineDB.

A talk at ClojureWest 2015 on splittable random number generators and their application to test.check.

A deep dive into virtually every aspect of Clojure's vars, given at the Chicago Clojure meetup group.

A shorter and more polished version of the 2012 talk by the same name, also at Geekfest in Chicago.

A longer, more rambly, and in-depth version of the 2012 talk on quantum computing, this time for a delightfully tiny audience at the North Shore Fringe Coders meetup group.

This talk at the Papers We Love meetup group introduced the background and some of the content of this paper on the Miller-Rabin primality test.

Gave an overview of the methods of metaprogramming in Clojure and Ruby, and argued that metaprogramming in Clojure is both easier to understand and less necessary.

A lightning talk given at ClojureWest 2013.

An introduction to Clojure Macros given at ClojureWest 2013.

An introduction to Clojure macros given at Geekfest, preparing for the ClojureWest talk.

At Codemash, similar to the Geekfest talk from earlier.

This was an introductory workshop given at the Chicago Clojure meetup group. It involved a clone of of 4clojure that had logic problems to solve. The 4clojure site is no longer up, but the source of the problems can be found here.

At Geekfest.

A talk given at Geekfest introducing Quantum Computing with a quantum circuit simulator embedded in the slides (which was eventually repackaged standalone here).

At Geekfest.