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Hands-On Reactive Programming with Clojure: Create asynchronous, event-based, and concurrent applications, 2nd Edition

By: Leonardo Borges

About the Author

Konrad Szydlo has worked with Clojure for the last 7 years. Since January 2016, he has worked as a software engineer and team leader at Retailic, responsible for building a website for the biggest royalty program in Poland. Prior to this, he worked as a developer with Sky, developing e-commerce and sports applications, where he used Ruby, Java, and PHP. He is also listed in the Top 75 Datomic developers on GitHub. Konrad is a part of the Clojurian Slack community, is very interested in functional programming, and gave a Datomic Database talk at the ClojureD conference in Berlin in 2015. He also gave a talk on Creating reactive components using ClojureScript React wr

Product Details

  • Pages:298 pages
  • Publication Date:Fri Jan 25 2019
  • Publisher:Packt Publishing Limited; 2nd Revised edition edition
  • Language:English
  • Readers:110

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About the Author

Konrad Szydlo has worked with Clojure for the last 7 years. Since January 2016, he has worked as a software engineer and team leader at Retailic, responsible for building a website for the biggest royalty program in Poland. Prior to this, he worked as a developer with Sky, developing e-commerce and sports applications, where he used Ruby, Java, and PHP. He is also listed in the Top 75 Datomic developers on GitHub. Konrad is a part of the Clojurian Slack community, is very interested in functional programming, and gave a Datomic Database talk at the ClojureD conference in Berlin in 2015. He also gave a talk on Creating reactive components using ClojureScript React wrappers during Lambda Days in Krakow in 2016. Leonardo Borges is a programming languages enthusiast who loves writing code, contributing to open source software, and speaking on subjects he feels strongly about. He has used Clojure professionally, both as a lead consultant at ThoughtWorks and as a development team lead at Atlassian, where he helped build real-time collaborative editing technology. Leonardo is currently the CTO for MODRON. Apart from this book, he contributed a couple of chapters to Clojure Cookbook, O'Reilly. Leonardo founded and currently runs the Sydney Clojure User Group in Australia. He also writes posts about software, with a focus on functional programming, on his website. When he isn't writing code, he enjoys riding motorcycles, weightlifting, and playing the guitar.