Discover how to set up and effectively manage Emacs, so you can focused all your time on learning Clojure itself and have a great tool to help you learn.
Emacs has much untapped power that developers new to this world are not aware of, but Emacs needs a little bit of configuration to be a (perfect? clojure environment). With great language support for Clojure & ClojureScript (and everything else) it can easily be the best environment for most developers when configured to give a familiar experience of Eclipse, Netbeans and IntelliJ.
A developer advocate for Heroku and Salesforce. Coaches lean & agile techniques (especially kanban, ToC, BDD) and Clojure functional programming. bio from Twitter
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