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Learn Clojure

Learn Clojure
…Here This web site is an attempt to gather together everything you will need to learn Clojure, assuming that you already know another programming language or two or three. This site launched in December 2010 with an initial batch of content. Minor pieces have been added and changed since then. What is Clojure? From Clojure.org: “Clojure is a dynamic programming language that targets the Java Virtual Machine (and the CLR ).

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An invitation to FP for Clojure noobs I’ve heard newcomers to Clojure ask how to get started with functional programming. I believe that learning to program in the functional style is mostly a matter of practice. The newcomer needs to become familiar with a handful of higher order functions, and how they are used in common idioms. This can be done by practice with simple, well defined problems. Clojure Series: Table of Contents Writing/Coding Writing and Coding, Literature and Computers Tuesday, June 17, 2008 Clojure Series: Table of Contents

Clojure Scripting - ImageJ Check out clojure web site and particularly the chapter on Java interoperability. Clojure is not a scripting language: Clojure compiles directly to JVM bytecode, and thus runs at native speed. Thus one must think of Clojure as a true alternative to Java the language, but much more expressive, flexible and powerful. See also: Fatvat: Data Persistence in GAE with Clojure If you want to persist stuff in Java, you've got a bewildering amount of choiceThere's even an entire book about making the right decision! (Persistence in the Enterprise) Google App Engine has gone with JDO using the Data Nucleus platform. In GAE this is split again into two APIs, the high-level one for persisting objects, and a lower-level one which allows you to persist raw data. When using Clojure it makes more sense to go with the lower-level api.

Mark Volkmann's Clojure Page Mark Volkmann's Page This page contains resources related to the Clojure programming language. Article Change History Sounds Even Jennifer Aniston has quit using other programming languages and now prefers Clojure. Clojure Programming - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks Clojure is a dynamic programming language for the JVM. Introduction[edit] People come to Clojure from a variety of backgrounds.

Learn clojure in Y Minutes Clojure is a Lisp family language developed for the Java Virtual Machine. It has a much stronger emphasis on pure functional programming than Common Lisp, but includes several STM utilities to handle state as it comes up. This combination allows it to handle concurrent processing very simply, and often automatically. (You need a version of Clojure 1.2 or newer) Further Reading This is far from exhaustive, but hopefully it’s enough to get you on your feet. Casting SPELs with Clojure - Home - Anyone who has ever learned to program in Lisp will tell you it is very different from any other programming language. It is different in lots of surprising ways - This comic book will let you find out how Lisp's unique design makes it so powerful ! This tutorial was adapted for Clojure, an exciting new dialect of Lisp running on the Java Virtual Machine.

Clojure for the Brave and True As you read this hilarious book, you will at some point experience a very serious moment. It is the moment you admit to yourself that programming is more enjoyable after knowing some Clojure. It is also the moment that your investment in this book, in money and time, comes back to you—with interest. Humor has a certain relationship to seriousness. Teach Yourself How To Code In These 10 Simple Steps These 10 steps will help you learn coding easily Everyone wants to be a coder these days. One reason is the mega bucks the high quality programmers earn and other is the sheer glamour of building your own ultimate software. CIDER: The Clojure Interactive Programming Environment that Rocks CIDER is the Clojure(Script) Interactive Development Environment that Rocks! CIDER extends Emacs with support for interactive programming in Clojure. The features are centered around cider-mode, an Emacs minor-mode that complements clojure-mode.

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