Chlorine - a Socket REPL package with some super-powers
Maurício Eduardo Chicupo Szabo
Chlorine (and his VSCode/Theia port Clover) is a socket-REPL package for the Atom editor.
In this talk I want to explain a little bit how Chlorine compares to other plug-ins, and show the customization abilities that exist today - so you can adapt it to your workflow, to visualize your data in multiple forms, and even mitigate some "pain points".
Maurício is from São Paulo, Brazil and currently lives in Montevideo. He is a software developer interested in re-imagining how to program, and to try new ideas on code reasoning, "runnable software documentation", and debugging.