by David Sletten
Publisher: Getting Clojure 2010
Number of pages: 273
Clojure is a dialect of the Lisp programming language created by Rich Hickey. It is a functional general-purpose language. We have collected a number of recipes which show how to accomplish specific tasks using the Clojure programming language.
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by Kyle Kingsbury - Aphyr.com
This guide introduces newcomers and experienced programmers to the beauty of functional programming, starting with the simple building blocks of software. By the end of this series, you'll have a thorough command of the Clojure programming language.
by Rich Hickey
Very few people have seen a literate program so this is intended as a working example, published in book form. You can read this book like any other novel. At the end of it you will be familiar with the ideas and how they are expressed in the code.
by Daniel Higginbotham - braveclojure.com
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.
by Matt Makai - FullStackClojure.com
Clojure is a functional, dynamically typed language with a syntax influenced by LISP. Clojure programs run on the Java Virtual Machine. This guide branches out on topic to lead you to the appropriate topics based on what you're trying to accomplish.