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  • Interview: Russ Olsen on "Eloquent Ruby"

    The book "Eloquent Ruby" aims to help Ruby programmers to write idiomatic Ruby and make best use of Ruby's capabilities. InfoQ talked to author Russ Olsen about Ruby style, metaprogramming and more.

  • Book Excerpt and Interview: The Joy of Clojure

    The Joy of Clojure by Michael Fogus and Chris Houser is a book that tries to take the reader beyond the language syntax, and show how to write fluent, idiomatic Clojure code. It teaches how to approach programming challenges from a Functional perspective and master the Lisp techniques that make Clojure so elegant and efficient.

  • An In-Depth Look at Clojure Collections

    If you're familiar with Clojure, then you may know that at its heart lays a powerful set of immutable, persistent, collection types. This article covers the underpinnings of these collection types including a deep dive into a couple of them; namely vectors and maps, and presents an example of how viewing a problem through the lens of the "Clojure way" can greatly simply a design.

  • Scaling Clojure Web Apps with Google AppEngine

    InfoQ takes a look at how a combo of Clojure and Google AppEngine (GAE) powers a new online project management tool, how Clojure integrates with GAE's key/value store, and the power of LISP.

  • Clojure and Rails - the Secret Sauce Behind FlightCaster

    FlightCaster, a realtime flight delay site, is built on Clojure and Hadoop for the statistical analysis. The web frontend is built with Ruby on Rails and hosted on Heroku. We talked to Bradford Cross about Clojure, functional programming and tips for OOP developers interested in making the jump.

  • Exploring LISP on the JVM

    One of the most exciting things in the Java world right now is the work being done to get other programming languages to run on the virtual machine. There is a lot of buzz around JRuby, Groovy, Scala, and the JavaScript engine Rhino. But why stop there? If you really want to take a step outside the mainstream and dive into something completely different from Java, Lisp is a great option.

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