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| by Håkan Råberg Follow 0 Followers on Jan 25, 2013 |

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Summary
Håkan Råberg introduces Enumerable.java – an extension adding Lambdas to Java 5 – and shen.clj - used to compile Shen, a LISP variant, to Clojure.

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Håkan Råberg has programmed professionally for over 15 years and unprofessionally close to 30. He has plied his trade across the globe in Sweden, London, Bangalore and San Francisco – mainly via ThoughtWorks. Today he works as an independent consultant in The City of London, specializing in euthanasia of legacy Java systems. He’s the author of shen.clj and Enumerable.java.

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