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What Sucks about Clojure...and Why You'll Love It Anyway
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by Chas Emerick on Jun 19, 2012 |

Chas Emerick makes a critique of Clojure outlining its weak points related to namespaces, declare, dynamic scope, STM, JVM and others.


Chas Emerick is a coauthor of Clojure Programming from O'Reilly, and a contributor to Clojure itself and dozens of Clojure projects. He's been deploying Clojure in production since 2009 — primarily to solve various document extraction problems — having adopted it as his primary language the year before. He writes about software development, entrepreneurship, and other passions at

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