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Clojure in the Field
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by Stuart Halloway on May 14, 2010 | NOTICE: The next QCon is in London Mar 2-6, Join us!
59:56

Summary
Stuart Halloway presents what makes Clojure different and, in his opinion, better than Java, plus some real-life lessons on Clojure development including BDD for functional code, wrapping Java APIs, third part libraries worth knowing, writing code without an objectual context, and the learning curve for a team new to the language.

Bio

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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