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Programming with Values in Clojure
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| by Alan Dipert Follow 0 Followers on Jun 11, 2012 |

Alan Dipert discusses the benefits of functional programming in Clojure, suggesting using pure functions to process values and sometimes explicit procedures for needed side effects.

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Alan Dipert has contributed to Clojure, ClojureScript, and several Clojure projects including Leiningen and Incanter. As a consultant with Clojure/core, he has also worked on a variety of commercial Clojure projects. He lives in Durham, North Carolina, where he helps run Splat Space, the local hackerspace. His favorite computer is the Arduino microcontroller, for which he implemented a Lisp.

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