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Clojure presentation recap

I ended up presenting Clojure in a rather unusual format that I blogged about here. The presentation was quite long (about 2 hours) but a lot of info was covered and from what I can tell people generally liked it.SlidesLibIf you were there to attend the presentation and have any…See More
Mar 2, 2009

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