[T]he presentation is top notch, and the show notes are probably the best I’ve seen since RailsCasts.
— Joshua Ballanco (@manhattanmetric)
Trying out Clojure but feeling a bit lost? Or maybe you’ve been programming for a while, but want to level up you skills.
In a series of weekly videos you’ll learn all you need to know to be productive in this elegant language. The focus is on practical tutorials that help you get work done.
If you’re a curious programmer who likes to keep on learning, then this is the place for you. Both newcomers to the language and people with more experience under their belt will enjoy this seaside retreat of practical programming advice.
These videos are high-paced, dense with information, and produced with professional tools and attention to detail. All videos come with a complete transcript including code samples, so you can do a textual search, copy-and-paste snippets, or just read the content at times when watching a video is not convenient.
I’ve been programming for over a decade, in several different industries and programming languages. In the Clojure community I’m best known for making web development easy with Chestnut, and for organizing ClojureBridge Berlin.
I honestly think Clojure is the best thing since sliced bread, its simplicity and power can transform the way we write software in the coming decade or more. Unfortunately documentation and educational resources are still mostly lacking. This is what I’m trying to remedy.
You can find me on Twitter as @plexus.