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Overview

Why is Clojure the most interesting new language on the horizon? With this video, you’ll not only learn how to tackle real problems with this functional language, you’ll learn how to thinkin Clojure—and why you should want to. Neal Ford (software architect and meme wrangler at ThoughWorks) and Stuart Halloway (CEO of Relevance, Inc.) show you what makes programming with Clojure swift, surgical, and accurate.

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Average Rating: 4.666666666666667 out of 5 rating Based on 18 Ratings

"If you're into musical composition..." - by Kevin on 15-APR-2014
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If you are into musical composition, you'll love this! If you are not, you might find your mind wandering....
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"A must see" - by Thang Mai on 23-FEB-2014
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Kmowing Clojure for a while but this video is the best toturial I have known.  It highlighted exactly why Clojure is so cool and why FP matters.   I would recommend this for everyone who starts to be interested in Clojure.
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"Strongly Suggested " - by magomimmo on 20-OCT-2013
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This screencast is one of the best in the entire library. Even if I already know Clojure, I still appreciated if a lot, especially from Abstraction Chapter on.
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"Great way to get a better understanding of Clojure" - by Matthias on 28-AUG-2013
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Really enjoyed these five hours or so of rich insight into a great language. Thanks!
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"Reallly good, clojure needed something like this" - by Ali on 01-JUN-2013
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The video is surely not for beginners,
I believe the target audience is intermediate or advanced programmers

The perfect way to get the most of the videos is
get a good clojure book
Clojure Programming or
The Joy of Clojure

I prefer the joy of clojure (note there is a second edition in the works)

Read the first 2 or 3 chapters from any of the above books

Watch the videos
Experiment with Clojure

And once your done, go back to the books

I believe the videos will help to get the full picture on clojure in a short time (I am a very slow reader)

And the books, will help you really learn the details

Yes the video could have been better, but if it was, it would also have been much longer, and probably at the risk of being boring

I think Neil Ford and Stuart did a good job, and reached a nice balance

Happy Clojuring

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Table of Contents

Chapter/Selection

Time

Introduction

Preview

00:33:07

Data

Preview

00:19:28

Code Part 1

Preview

00:41:28

Code Part 2

Preview

00:34:44

Functions Part 1

Preview

00:34:12

Functions Part 2

Play Video

00:46:49

Abstraction

Preview

00:33:45

Concurrency Part 1

Preview

00:18:06

Concurrency Part 2

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00:22:03

JVM Interop

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00:30:53

Integration

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00:37:43

Wrap-up

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00:00:29

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