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Clojure Made Simple

We have a new addition to the Developer Press family with the release of ‘Clojure Made Simple’ by John Stevenson.

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And to celebrate our latest addition we have 50copies to give away for FREE! How cool is that!?

Want to know more about the latest title?

“Learning a new language and its associated paradigm and tools is challenging, especially with our hectic schedules. With “Clojure Made Simple” there is enough guidance to get you started with Clojure, a modern lisp for the Java Virtual Machine.
Learning Clojure is a great way to start thinking in a functional way, something that is invaluable as our underlying hardware changes to be more scalable through the number of processor cores rather than individual speed. By introducing you to the important parts of the Clojure language in a practical way, this book gives you a jump start in learning Clojure and gets you productive quickly. It will help you understand the value of discovering Clojure in more depth.”

So, to enter, simple email: draw@developerpress.com with the title ‘Clojure Draw’ and be in with a chance to win! Winner will be announced Tuesday 2nd April!

If you can’t wait that long, have no fear, ‘Clojure Made Simple’ could be yours for only £2.99….yeh, really, only £2.99! What a bargain!

Head on over to the website (http://developerpress.com/en/clojure-made-simple-introduction-clojure) to get your hands on it now!

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4 comments on “Clojure Made Simple

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  3. abbeydom
    April 9, 2013

    http://developerpress.com/en/clojure-made-simple -link- to get a copy is not working

  4. developerpressebooks
    April 9, 2013

    Hey @abbeydom. Thanks for pointing that out. Amended now! : )

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