In Clojure, data is king. But what does that mean? This talk will introduce "data-oriented programming" as a discipline and show how it can make programs easier to write, easier to test, and more performant. If you can represent your problem as a pure function manipulating data structures, you win. This talk uses examples in Clojure but the concepts are applicable to any programming language.
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