Clojure/West is full of great talks. Here are three that web developers in Clojure should watch.
I steal from Phil Hagelberg's IRC comments again.
In which I foolishly chip into a long standing nerd debate.
Leveraging Leiningen templates for great starting out experiences.
In which Phil Hagelberg comments on abstraction.
Why it is my opinion that Clojure is better off with out a CRUD web framework.
Necessary-Evil, the Clojure XML-RPC library has reached version 2.
This article looks at how Ring middleware and dynamic binding presents a powerful tool for controlling configuration in Clojure web apps.
A simple but functional implementation of L-Systems in Clojure.
Ring is the foundation of web programming in Clojure. It has a broad ecosystem of libraries that fullfil many different roles in the web stack. This article introduces the fundamental concepts of Ring as well as four major libraries, and explains common idioms to help you get started quickly.
Following my introduction to
fnparse, this article looks at how more common functional programming tools can be leveraged to make parsers that output new parsers.
Parser combinators are a powerful way of expressing complex parsers as first class operations in a language with first class functions. This tutorial introduces one such library,
fnparse, for Clojure.
Necessary-Evil is an XML RPC library for Clojure.
Some observations, both positive and negative, from using CouchDB to build this site.
Thoughts on the appropriateness of monads in Clojure.
Following on from looking at state monads in the context of Clojure, this article looks at variations that add different forms of
state-m of non-determinism.
A close look at how the state monad is implemented and used in Clojure.
Further comparisons between Python and Clojure.
How Python's view of iteration lead me to Clojure.