Aside from learning Clojure’s syntax and approach to functional programming and concurrency, there’s also the more mundane issues: What editor do I use? How to I build large projects? How do I share my work with others? This session will discuss IDEs and plugins, command line build tools, and web sites.
This session assumes some familiarity with Clojure’s syntax.
Howard Lewis Ship cut his teeth writing customer support software in PL/1. He made the jump to Object Oriented programming via NeXTSTEP and Objective-C before transitioning to Java. He began work on Tapestry in early 2000, and is currently working on Apache Tapestry 5.2.
Howard is respected in the Java community as an expert on web application development, dependency injection, Java meta-programming, and development productivity. He is a frequent speaker at JavaOne, NoFluffJustStuff, ApacheCon and other conferences, and the author of “Tapestry in Action” for Manning (covering Tapestry 3.0).
Howard is an independent consulting, specializing in Tapestry and Clojure training, mentoring and project work. He lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife Suzanne, a novelist.
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