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Clojure Spec: Expressing Data Constraints without Types
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| by Alex Miller Follow 1 Followers on Aug 10, 2017 |

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Alex Miller introduces Clojure Spec which can be used for program validation, documentation, destructuring, instrumentation, data generation, and automatic generative testing.

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Alex Miller works on Clojure and supports the community at Cognitect. He co-authored the book Clojure Applied (Pragmatic Press) and is currently working on the 3rd edition of Programming Clojure (Pragmatic Press).

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