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Using Clojure examples to show how to code Smart Contracts for Blockchain in a secure and functional way, using the Apache Licenced Open Source library DAML. Open Source project: https://github.com/digital-asset/daml Software Development Kit: https://www.daml.com/
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Coding Blockchain Smart Contracts securely with Clojure and DAML
Nathan believes in the transformative power of language to ease developers’ burdens by abstracting away low-level housekeeping details. After spending over 20 years pursuing this passion across a variety of financial services companies and software vendors, he is now at Digital Asset applying his expertise helping developers become productive with DAML, the open-source smart contract language created by Digital Asset.