Stuart Dabbs Halloway, after reviewing Clojure’s syntax comparing it with Java, explains how Clojure-Java interoperability works. He then talks about the need for simplicity in languages, attempting to prove that Clojure is a simpler language, and consequently better, than Java.
Stuart Halloway is a co-founder of Relevance, Inc. and is the author of “Programming Clojure”, “Component Development for the Java Platform” and “Rails for Java Developers”. He regularly speaks at industry events including the No Fluff, Just Stuff Java Symposiums, the Pragmatic Studio, RubyConf, and RailsConf.
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Best talk I've seen from Stu on Clojure (and I've watched nearly all)