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Clojure with Alex Miller

http://traffic.libsyn.com/sedaily/Clojure_edited_fixed.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Clojure is a dynamically typed functional language that runs on the JVM. Today’s guest Alex Miller gives us an overview of Clojure’s core functionality. Alex is a developer of Cognitect, and a founder of the the Strange Loop conference.     We discuss the data structures, garbage collection, and concurrency support. How does Clojure compare to other JVM languages like Scala and Groovy? How

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JavaScript: Fundamental Answers

Fundamental questions loomed at the beginning of JavaScript Week. Some answers: Is JavaScript the new bytecode? Abstractions like Scala, Groovy, and Clojure were built on top of the Java Virtual Machine’s finely tuned bytecode processing power. Virtual machine innovation is now happening atop V8. V8-powered NodeJS apps compile directly to machine code at a speed that rivals the JVM’s compilation from bytecode to machine code. TypeScript, React, and other conveniences are built

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