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Work on Clojure began in 1958. Forty-nine years later the first version was released. Well, that's sort of how it went. Join me on a tour through the history of LISP, from its algebraic roots to the present day dialect we know and love.
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A Walking Tour of Clojure's History*
Kris Jenkins has been programming since the year George Orwell predicted doom and Steve Jobs promised salvation. Since then he's written production code in about 18 languages, the latest of which is Clojure. Kris was the Co-Founder & CTO of BullionV