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Crunching Numbers with Clojure - 11 Tips to Boost Your Performance
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| by Daniel Solano Gómez Follow 0 Followers on Aug 02, 2012 |

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Daniel Solano Gómez shares 11 tips for drastically enhancing the performance of Clojure applications crunching numbers.

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Daniel Solano Gómez is a long-time Java and C++ programmer who started developing in Clojure over two years ago. He is a Clojure contributor and the creator of the Clojure REPL for Android. Over the past year he has focused on developing for Android using alternate languages such as Clojure and Scala. He is currently writing a book on the subject for O'Reilly Media titled "Decaffeinated Android".

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