The Joy of Clojure: Thinking the Clojure Way - Book Review
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This review is based on an MEAP version of the book, which means that it is a work in progress and not all of the chapters are available yet. So, my remarks might not be relevant to the final version. Even though the entire book is not available yet, the chapters that are out are good and offer practical and useful information for those who are willing to learn clojure and understand 'the clojure way'.
- The Clojure Philosophy
- Dipping Our Toes Into the Pool
- On Scalars
- Composite Data Types
- Being Lazy and Set in Your Ways
- Functional Programming Idioms
- Combining Data and Code
- Concurrency / Mutation Idioms
- Clojure Will Change the Way You Program
An other thing that I would like to see corrected before the book is complete is the typographical mistakes. There is bad formatting, wrong fonts in various places, etc.
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