Clojure From the Ground Up
by Kyle Kingsbury
Publisher: Aphyr.com 2014
This guide aims to introduce newcomers and experienced programmers alike to the beauty of functional programming, starting with the simplest building blocks of software. You'll need a computer, basic proficiency in the command line, a text editor, and an internet connection. By the end of this series, you'll have a thorough command of the Clojure programming language.
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The book gives you the tools and language details needed to start playing with real programs immediately. It assumes 0 experience with the JVM, functional programming, or lisp. It eschews 'real-world' examples in favor of more interesting exercises.
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