What sucks about Clojure…and why you’ll love it anyway

I gave a talk with this title at the wonderful Clojure/West conference back in March.  The video and slides for it are now available on InfoQ here.

You can go watch the talk itself, so I won’t repeat its preface.  I’ll just say that, having seen the talk for the first time myself, I’m very happy with its content and delivery.  I’m hoping that others — especially those new to Clojure or looking at Clojure for the first time — will find the talk helpful in directing their attention to the tricksier bits of the language.

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One Response to What sucks about Clojure…and why you’ll love it anyway

  1. Interesting talk. You might be interested in mapped-references as a solution to the granularity problem associated with “Using STM (effectively) is hard” (https://github.com/tgk/mapped-reference)

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