Clojure for the Brave and True by Daniel Higginbotham

I have to admit I really, really wanted to like this book.

While at least one of our company offices has invested a lot in getting across Clojure as being the next big thing for some of the technical projects we could be running and it does seem interesting enough on its surface (particularly with interesting datastore developments like Datamic) and purports to solve some interesting problems that are difficult to do so in other languages, I have to admit the primary draw of the book for me was the fact the writer had a style similar to that of Why the lucky stuff whose book on Ruby sucked me back into programming and enjoying building digital products again.

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