London Clojure Bridge

At Kaleidos, I'm surrounded by people who is always studying new languages, new frameworks. Functional programming has been the new guy in our office. Haskell, Clojure or Fruskis (!) were at our table, and conversations. Even in our Kosdem, some colleagues brougth to the group the desire and convenience of enlarging our stack and offer also projects made in Clojure. Once or twice I peeked into some tutorial. Functional programming and monads were more than I could manage by myself. [Leer más]