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Clojure at Nokia Entertainment
Clojure is a key language at Nokia Entertainment. One year ago we were
beginners; today we have developers working with it almost full-time. We
are using it in production and almost all new development has switched
over from Java.
We'd like to talk about how we got started, convinced others to join in
and where we would like to go in the future. We hope to share some of
our experiences, good and bad, and suggest what we might have done
better. Finally we want to answer the most important question - has it
made us more productive?
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Functional Programming eXchange 2013
Join us March 15th to learn and share common challenges and ideas across the different languages of the functional programming paradigm! Representing Scala, F#, Clojure, Haskell are:
Simon Peyton Jones takes you on an adventure with types
The latest in F# with Don Syme
What's David Pollak been up to developing Lift 3.0?
Robert Rees contrasts Clojure & Scala
...and there's Robert Pickering, Nic Ferrier, Adam Granicz, Alain Frisch, and Paul Dale!
Join our Functional Programming eXchange on MARCH 15th 2013
to get your hands on the early bird price!
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introduces collaborative practices that ensure user-centred products, lightweight, useful processes and technical excellence. Find out more here
ABOUT ANDREW JONES
Andrew has been a programmer at Nokia for five years. He started writing
in C# but after a few years decided to spend some time with the
JVM. Initially he used Java, but more recently has been focusing largely
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ABOUT BEN GRIFFITHS
Ben is a programmer working for Nokia Music in Bristol. He has been programming since he was young, copying pages of Basic into his Amstrad CPC. These days he's a Clojure / Java programmer and has previously worked for the Discovery Channel and Accen
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