Clojure is a new language that combines the power of Lisp with an existing hosted VM ecosystem (the Java VM). Clojure is a dynamically typed, functional, compiled language with performance on par with Java.
At the heart of all programming lies the need for abstraction, be it abstraction over our data or abstraction over the processes that operate upon it. Clojure provides a core set of powerful abstractions and ways to compose them. These abstractions are based in a heritage of Lisp but also cover many aspects of object-oriented programming as well.
This talk will examine these abstractions and introduce you to both Clojure and functional programming. Attendees are not expected to be familiar with either Clojure or FP.
Clojure, Java, JVM, concurrency, Strange Loop, Clojure/West, Lambda Jam, Lambda Lounge, nachos, beer, music
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