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Duct is a framework for building server side applications in Clojure. It has evolved from being a template using Component library to a more rich runtime configuration framework based on Integrant.
After using atoms, Components, and Ducts, Iván has discovered each has a big effect on how you structure an application.
In this talk, you'll learn how each of these differs and what they do to your code plus the experience of running Duct in production and the challenges he's faced.
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Using Duct Framework in Production
Iván Perdomo is software developer with more than 15 years of experience. He has worked as Head of IT, System Administrator, Software development contractor, technical advisor, team and project leader in organizations of all sizes. He is also a Free and Open Source user and advocate.