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revised What's so great about Clojure?
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comment What's so great about Clojure?
That link/page seems to have been completely deleted. Likely another over-zealous editor action here at stackexchange, willfully destroying community knowledge. Updated with another link, thanks for the heads-up.
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comment How to most effectively debug code?
@threed Of course. But for quite some time, insects have not caused the vast majority of software errors.
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revised What are the key points of Code Complete?
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revised If you could only have one programming related book on your bookshelf what would it be and why?
Looks like my referenced post was deleted. I'm sure the willful destruction of knowledge has some reason...
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comment What are some ways to be more productive with Emacs?
@barracel Thank you! A program/service has saved us from the foolishness of moderators.
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comment FP for simulation and modelling
@heaptobesquare - just a small correction, it's "Clojure Programming" by Emerick et. al. that I'd recommend, best Clojure book I've read so far. Drop me a line if you dive deeper into Clojure simulations, I'm in the rabbit hole myself at this point. :)
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comment FP for simulation and modelling
@heaptobesquare - s-expressions/Lisp syntax is actually very easy to get used to; first pick a good editor (Emacs or vim, my vote is for Emacs, see dev.clojure.org/display/doc/Getting+Started+with+Emacs) that has a mode for Clojure, get a good book (e.g. Programming Clojure), and start hacking. After a few weeks at most, the syntax will fade into the background, as it should - it's so perfectly consistent you'll think of it exponentially less often, and free up mental cycles for more important things. :)