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19 Apr 2012, 19:36
Charles M Norton (1 post)

There are many good Clojure books out there, including Stuart Halloway’s/Pragmatic’s Programming Clojure. For the most part, these books are well written and introduce Clojure well.

I’ve been working with Clojure nearly a year, and feel a book that would build on the fundamentals would be most helpful, like a Clojure cookbook.

For example, I’ve been relying on reduce to extract a column subset from each row of a .csv file. I’ve learned I could replace reduce with better lazy alternatives, like map.

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