Akar is a pattern matching library for Clojure, with focus on simplicity and abstraction. Akar patterns are just functions. This makes them simple-as-pie to use, abstract over, and reason about. In this talk, we will understand from ground up how Akar is built, how it is supposed to be used, and how it can help you write better code.
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Rahul is a functional programming and programming languages enthusiast. He writes Scala by the day, and Clojure by the night. Well, some nights. Fun fact he has learned from experience: You can like both statically typed and dynamically typed languages at the same time! Who knew?