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What's Your Next JVM Language?
Is the Java language limiting your programmers' productivity and you're looking for an alternative? Which of the many JVM languages out there will you pick?
Why Are You Not Using Functional Languages?
Functional programming promises many benefits - but its adoption in the industry and the enterprise has been slow. What are the big obstacles to the adoption of functional programming?
Top 20 Web Frameworks for the JVM
Since the early days of Java, there have been many frameworks and libraries that have tried to improve web developers productivity and this trend has continued with JVM languages like Groovy, Scala, JRuby, Clojure, etc. Using the new community research tool, we at InfoQ want to get YOUR opinions on the relative importance and maturity of a variety of web frameworks that are targeted for the JVM.
Articles about LISP
Clojure and Rails - the Secret Sauce Behind FlightCaster by Werner Schuster Posted on Aug 20, 2009
Presentations about LISP
News about LISP
Community-Driven Research: What's Your Next JVM Language? by Dio Synodinos Posted on Nov 27, 2012
Community-Driven Research: Why Are You Not Using Functional Languages? by Dio Synodinos Posted on Oct 30, 2012
Community-Driven Research: Top 20 Web Frameworks for the JVM by Dio Synodinos Posted on Oct 09, 2012
Rich Hickey's Datomic embraces Cloud, intelligent Applications and Consistency by Michael Hunger Posted on Apr 03, 2012
Clojure Web Frameworks Round-Up: Enlive & Compojure by Dio Synodinos Posted on Oct 03, 2011
Ephemeralization or Heroku's Evolution to a Polyglot Cloud OS by Michael Hunger Posted on Aug 10, 2011
Interviews about LISP
David Nolen on Logic and Constraint Programming, Core.logic, Mozart/Oz by David Nolen Posted on Mar 08, 2013
Rich Hickey on Datomic, Data Storage, Functional Programming and Immutability by Rich Hickey Posted on Sep 10, 2012
Rich Hickey on Clojure 1.4's Extensible Reader, ClojureScript by Rich Hickey Posted on Apr 12, 2012
Rich Hickey on Datomic: Datalog, Databases, Persistent Data Structures by Rich Hickey Posted on Apr 04, 2012