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Deeply nested data structures: Are we sucking our eggs wrong?

1st December 2016 in London at CodeNode

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Deeply nested data structures are widely acknowledged to be a problematic area for Clojure and other functional programming languages. Could the problem be a poor choice of abstraction for deep trees?

Hydra is a tiny experimental library that uses an alternative.

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Deeply nested data structures: Are we sucking our eggs wrong?

Andy Dwelly

Andy has three years experience with Clojure after many years away from the FP world, but is now (alas) working with Scala.