James Henderson

After graduating from Imperial College London around two years ago, James has worked at both ends of the company-size spectrum, from a large financial institution to a small Clojure startup.

He has been developing in Clojure commercially for 18 months and, having been a Java developer previously, is thoroughly enjoying the breath of fresh air.

James is the author and maintainer of a variety of open source Clojure libraries, including Nomad (a configuration management library) and Chime (a bare-bones scheduler).

Unfortunately, he doesn't (yet) fight crime by night.

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