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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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Kris is a life-long programmer who’s worked in the Finance, Security & Media sectors, as well as for many fledgling startups. In 2003 he co-founded the successful gold-trading business BullionVault, where he was CTO for a decade.