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Graph: Composable Production Systems in Clojure
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| by Jason Wolfe Follow 0 Followers on Jan 31, 2013 |

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Jason Wolfe discusses Graph, a declarative approach for system composition, used by Prismatic to put together various components: in-memory caches, pub/sub messaging, indices, HTTP handlers, etc.

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