38 episodes

Each week, we discuss a software design problem and how we might solve it using functional principles and the Clojure programming language.

Functional Design in Clojure Christoph Neumann and Nate Jones

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Each week, we discuss a software design problem and how we might solve it using functional principles and the Clojure programming language.

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5 Ratings

Michael Camilleri ,

A fun and enjoyable chat about software architecture

For those new to functional programming this is a great way to start rewiring your brain. Two guys talking about the way they'd solve a problem in code sounds like it should be about as interesting as listening to a recitation of an open source licence and yet Christoph and Nate always manage to keep it engaging. The two have great chemistry and an easy rapport that makes every episode feel like you're a fly on the wall of a software design meeting.

Austin D. Davis ,

Very useful!

I just want to say thank you guys for the great content. Your somewhat off-the-cuff dialogue about design decisions has been really helpful to me as I learn functional programming.

I mostly write code in JavaScript, but your high-level discussions apply to my own situations in so many ways. I might have even grown to *like* software architecture. Props to you guys for dropping some much needed insights while keeping it humorous and light.

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