Clojure Web-Application 101

Devoxx 2016

09. November 2016 | -

Clojure is a JVM language which makes the impossible come true: a pragmatic and usable Lisp for humans. Besides an short introduction to the language this talk introduces how to develop Web-Applications in Clojure.

If you aren’t afraid of parenthesis you will quickly understand why a functional language like Clojure is a perfect choice for implementing Web-Applications and that it fits the stateless HTTP approach very nicely.

The video recording of this talk can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Xm_nVqxowk

Slides

https://speakerd.s3.amazonaws.com/presentations/070b52ef13bb4dd68270ea78f28b0728/Clojure_Web-Application_101.pdf
Kinepolis Antwerpen, Antwerpen
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Michael Vitz is a senior consultant for software architecture and engineering at innoQ. He has got many years of experience building and maintaining software for the JVM.

Currently his main interests are Microservices, Cloud-Architectures, DevOps, Spring-Framework and Clojure.

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