Getting Clojure (Pragmatic)
Wednesday, 06 June 2018

Clojure aims to be a radically simple language framework holding together a sophisticated collection of programming features. This book aims to teach you how to think functionally as it teaches you the language. Author Russ Olsen shows how to use Clojure's powerful data structures and high-level functions, along with what it means for a language to be functional, and how to think in Clojure's functional way.

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Each chapter of the book takes a feature or two or three from the language, explains the syntax and the mechanics behind that feature so that you can make it work before digging into the deeper questions: What is the thinking behind the feature? And how does it fit in with the rest of the language?

Author: Russ Olsen
Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
Date: Apr 2018
Pages: 290
ISBN: 978-1680503005
Print: 1680503006
Kindle: B07DJYDR71
Audience: developers wanting to learn Clojure
Level: Intermediate
Category: Other Languages

 

 

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