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The Clojure Toolbox

The Clojure Toolbox

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First hundred days of Clojure In politics you have a one hundred days period of grace. In December I started to work with Clojure, so I guess it’s time to have a clojure look. In the last couple of years I encountered a couple of different languages. At scoyo it was ActionScript and Flex from Adobe. Light Table by Chris Granger Here's a much higher quality video: Despite the dramatic shift toward simplification in software interfaces, the world of development tools continues to shrink our workspace with feature after feature in every release. Even with all of these things at our disposal, we're stuck in a world of files and forced organization - why are we still looking all over the place for the things we need when we're coding? Why is everything just static text? Bret Victor hinted at the idea that we can do much better than we are now - we can provide instant feedback, we can show you how your changes affect a system.

Clojure box - loading book examples from "Programming Clojure" > Wherever the files goes after C-x C-f ~/.emacs and then C-x C-s is where > emacs thinks your home directory is. I would just go with that. It's > normally in %appdata%, but it won't be there until you create it and save > it. yes, this is better than my #2 Clojure Documentation This guide covers building a simple web-application using common Clojure libraries. When you're done working through it, you'll have a little webapp that displays some (x, y) locations from a database, letting you add more locations as well. It's assumed that you're already somewhat familiar with Clojure. If not, see the Getting Started and Introduction guides. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License (including images & stylesheets). The source is available on Github.

Programming Hadoop with Clojure This article is a short introduction into programming Hadoop using Clojure language. Introduction The Hadoop is free implementation of infrastructure for scalable, distributed computing. It was started as implementation of ideas of MapReduce and GFS, that was introduced by Google, but later, many different projects were included into it. Training and Certification Resources NetBeans and Java Training Several of these courses also help you prepare for certification in Java technology. Oracle University: Training Offerings for Developers The following courses from Oracle University use NetBeans IDE. Java Certification

Learning Clojure Some paragraphs in [ ] are author notes. They will be removed as the page matures. You should be able to read the text OK if you ignore these notes. brool » Blog Archive » Pattern Matching In Clojure Updated: Note that this is available as a clojars module. Clojure code density seems to be pretty good. There are a fair number of convenient shortforms in the language; for example, associative datatypes all act as a function — so given a hash map you can reference it with (my-hashmap :key). The base language itself is probably about as expressive as Python (or a bit better), but you have the added advantage of being able to use macros as needed to really get the code density up.