Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Clojure Series: Table of Contents

Here are the postings I have published so far for this series.

10 comments:

geekiac said...

Thank you for writing on Clojure. I have found it very useful.

Eric Rochester said...

@geekiac

I'm glad you're liking it. Stay tuned: there's a lot more to come.

Eric

Paul Drummond said...

Nice articles, looking forward to reading more!

Eric Rochester said...

Great! Let me know if you have any suggestions, if anything's not clear, or if I seem to be leaving anything out.

Paul Drummond said...

Everything is very clear so far - it's a nice gentle introduction and I already know most of what has been covered so far. Waiting patiently for the more advanced articles but I think the pace so far is great for newcomers and is exactly what Clojure needs.

At the moment I am struggling with immutability so I will be reading with interest the articles that cover it.

Eric Rochester said...

Everything being immutable is a different way of doing things, and sometimes it can be hard to get your head around.

Have you seen the Rich's screencast about data types? I haven't watched it yet, but it may be useful.

Paul Drummond said...

I have watched some of the screencasts before but seeing as you mentioned it I thought I'd try again so I watched "Clojure Data Structures" part 1 & 2 last night. There is some really interesting stuff in here but nothing that really covers the particular aspects of immutability that I am struggling with.

I have been holding off posting to the Clojure Group about my confusion but there is nothing like the present - I think I'll try to post today or sometime over the weekend.

Thanks for the articles and keep up the good work! :)

Fogus said...

Great job so far! I was planning on porting the On Lisp code to Clojure, but I may forget that and just read your articles instead. :)

-m

Bryan Kyle said...

I just found this series looking for information about Clojure macros. Great job, these are really useful!

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you are awesome man :D