The Joy of Clojure
Thinking the Clojure Way
|Price||$32.20 - $38.24
|Authors||Michael Fogus, Chris Houser|
|Format||Paper book / ebook (PDF)|
If you've seen how dozens of lines of Java or Ruby can dissolve into just a few lines of Clojure, you'll know why the authors of this book call it a "joyful language". Clojure is a dialect of Lisp that runs on the JVM. It combines the nice features of a scripting language with the powerful features of a production environment - features like persistent data structures and clean multithreading that you'll need for industrial-strength application development.
The Joy of Clojure goes beyond just syntax to show you how to write fluent and idiomatic Clojure code. You'll learn a functional approach to programming and will master Lisp techniques that make Clojure so elegant and efficient. The book gives you easy access to hard soft ware areas like concurrency, interoperability, and performance. And it shows you how great it can be to think about problems the Clojure way.
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