This is a general yet opinionated introductory talk as to why functional programming is a good fit for all institutions, including the heavyweights. It's based on a couple of case studies of introducing Clojure to an investment bank and an large newspaper group, and this talk may feature some live coding.
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Functional Programming in the enterprise
Jon Pither has been working with Java for over 13 years and jointly introduced Clojure to a large investment bank where he led a team of developers on a large mission-critical Clojure project.He has been an active speaker and trainer in the language