How will the new development of Java influence its interoperability with languages like Scala and Clojure?
As far as I understand, both Scala and Clojure have been designed as new languages that depend on the JVM, and easily integrate with Java code, in the sense that they allow to use Java classes ...
I am quite new to the Clojure world. I appreciate the fact that one has easy access to all Java libraries via Clojure interop features, but I was wondering how much Clojure stands on its own legs. Of ...
Commenting nowadays is easier than ever. In Java, there are some nice techniques for linking comments to classes, and Java IDEs are good at making comment shells for you. Languages like Clojure even ...