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Clojure-powered Startups
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| by Paul deGrandis Follow 0 Followers on Jun 22, 2012 |

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Paul deGrandis examines three startups and their technology needs, risk and tradeoffs, presenting how Clojure did its part in their success.

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Paul deGrandis lives for magnificent engineering. Elegant, well-founded, useful solutions to problems that say something about engineering's beauty. He loves metrics, taking on the impossible, and making lives better through technology. Previously Paul worked at PushButton Labs,, OurShelf, and SilverCloud Software as well as working in advanced research (DARPA).

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