Baishampayan Ghose discusses creating custom data types in Clojure, covering: types vs. records, interfaces and corresponding protocol, mutable types, and example implementations.
Baishampayan "BG" Ghose has been a Lisper for almost all of his professional life. He started his career hacking Common Lisp for a travel startup and has deep admiration for functional programming. He discovered Clojure in 2008 and has not looked back ever since. Currently he is co-founder at a stealth startup that is building elegant tools for Enterprises to solve complex problems.
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