The more the merrier!

A year or two so ago I spent a lot of time looking at Clojure. It was exciting to see a modern version of Lisp making its way onto the Java platform – though this is a Lisp which places an emphasis on non-mutability and platform interoperation. Since those days, people have been working hard to get Clojure running on the CLR, and more recently there has been an effort to compile Clojure to Javascript. This dialect of Clojure, ClojureScript, is finding good real world uses.

There were two talks at recent Clojure Conj, the first on the ClojureScript compiler and a second on how to get ClojureScript code to interact with existing Javascript libraries.

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