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Clojure is all about data, but at some point, you will need to save your data to some form of stable storage. During this talk, you will explore a tour of persistence (sic) options ranging from local files to various databases. The possible effects of a storage solution to the design of a program will be discussed and short code examples will be presented.
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Clojure Persistence Options
Hans has three decades of experience as a programmer. Starting his career with Basic, Forth and Pascal, he followed the rise of object oriented software with C++. After ten years as a professional Common Lisp programmer, he is now heading a software company in Berlin, specializing in Clojure based communication systems for the healthcare industry.