This is the last meetup before Summer holidays so let’s burn our minds with an introductory discussion about Clojure by Kostas Georgiadis
This presentation will make a quick intro to the Clojure programming language explaining what makes a Lisp so special, showing how easy is to manipulate data structures and how laziness and immutability can change the way we think about programming.
This presentation does not assume any *special* programming knowledge other that understanding what an if statement, a function and a vector is. More advanced topics, such as concurrency, macros and STM won’t be covered.
If the time allows I can also quickly present a retrospective of DEVit and the meetup plans after summer.