Practical Clojure

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Apress, 31.12.2010 - 232 Seiten

This book is the first definitive reference for the Clojure language, providing both an introduction to functional programming in general and a more specific introduction to Clojure’s features. This book demonstrates the use of the language through examples, including features such as software transactional memory (STM) and immutability, which may be new to programmers coming from other languages.

  • Overview of functional programming and description of what sets Clojure apart from other languages
  • Detailed explanation of Clojure’s special features
  • Examples of real-world tasks that are well-suited to Clojure’s capabilities, starting with simple tasks and moving on to more complex applications
 

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Inhalt

Chapter 1 The Clojure Way
1
Chapter 2 The Clojure Environment
17
Chapter 3 Controlling Program Flow
29
Chapter 4 Data in Clojure
51
Chapter 5 Sequences
73
Chapter 6 State Management
95
Chapter 7 Namespaces and Libraries
115
Chapter 8 Metadata
127
Chapter 9 Multimethods and Hierarchies
133
Chapter 10 Java Interoperability
143
Chapter 11 Parallel Programming
159
Chapter 12 Macros and Metaprogramming
167
Chapter 13 Datatypes and Protocols
179
Chapter 14 Performance
189
Index
199
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Luke VanderHart is a professional software developer living and working in Washington, D.C. as a consultant with NuWave Solutions. He has more than five years of experience working with the Java platform, and has worked on programs ranging from distributed client-server networks serving and synchronizing semantic XML data, to GUI development using Java Swing, to enterprise web portals serving tens of thousands of pages per day. He is a very active member of the Clojure community.

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