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Laziness: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly



Paul Stadig discusses the advantages of using Lazy Seqs in Clojure, outlining some of the core lazy functions that can be helpful and possible pitfalls using such functions.


Paul Stadig is a programming language geek and a professional Clojure developer at Sonian, working with big data in the cloud.

About the conference

Clojure/West is a new conference bringing the Clojure community together to discuss techniques, tools, and the state of the Clojure ecosystem March 16-17th for three tracks of sessions. Prior to the conference, register for three days of training by the Clojure experts.

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Aug 29, 2012