I started programming with Python. When using python, concepts like coroutine, closure made me really confusing. Now I think I know them some superficial level, but I want to get the "enlightement" ...
I am trying to learn Clojure, which seems a good candidate for a successful LISP. I have no problem with the concepts, but now I would like to start actually doing something. Here it comes my ...
I am teaching myself Clojure. I've started using Leiningen, I'm working on Clojure Koans, plan to do LabREPL next, and will have a look at Noir. My question is: what are the essential "must know" ...
A lot of people smarter than me keep writing about when you learn Lisp it makes you a better programmer because you "get it". Maybe all I hear about Lisp(s) changing your life is just a big practical ...
I primarily program in D nowadays and my second favorite language is Python. I've decided I want to learn Clojure to broaden my horizons to a language that's more functional flavored and designed ...
I got a personal question for you guys out there: what's your reason for learning Clojure ? (For me, it's the same thing as it was with Java over C, it promises a better programming experience)