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Clojure Just the beginnings

Sayth renshaw
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Interestingly about clojure it seems in large that it is in its infancy. Rich H defintiely has some big plans for the language. After watching Rich's talk on infoQ I am inspired and amazed to think about where clojure will be by 2.0 (Pods etc).

The clojure language seems clean and very easy to learn I don't find the prefix notation or brackets off putting, I must note though I have done a large chunk of HTDP on racket before reading about clojure.

All in all very exciting and very interesting.

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