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Clojure - from beginner to advanced

Udemy Clojure - from beginner to advanced

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Go from beginner to expert in Clojure development

What you'll learn
  • Clojure development
  • Set up Clojure environment
  • Basics of Clojure development
  • Advanced Clojure topics
  • Practical application development
  • Concurrent programming in Clojure

  • Mac or PC
  • Interest in Clojure and willingness to learn

Clojure is the most widely used member of the Lisp family of programming languages, the second oldest high level programming language family in widespread use today.
In a 2019 survey, StackOverflow named Clojure the highest earning programming language worldwide, and second highest in the United States.
This course will
  • take you from a complete beginner in Clojure
  • explain in detail the theoretical aspects of Clojure development
  • implement it in a practical application, to show you a real world scenario
After this course you will have the knowledge and experience to use Clojure in all your development projects.
Basic topics will cover:
  • Leiningen
  • REPL
  • Syntax
  • Variables and functions
  • Primitive data types
  • Data structures
  • Control structures
  • let
  • Loops
  • Exception handling
  • Namespaces
  • Functional programming
  • Destructuring
  • Recursions
  • Closures
Advanced topics will include:
  • Dynamic and lexical scopes
  • Read-Eval-Apply
  • Macros
  • Reducers and transducers
  • Concurrent programming
  • Various libraries and tools
We cover a lot of ground in this course, and we will implement the concepts practically so that you get not only theoretical knowledge but practical experience as well.
Sign up today, and let's learn all you need to know about Clojure.
Who this course is for:
  • Beginner Clojure developers
  • Intermediate Clojure developers
  • Java developers
  • Lisp developers
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