XT16 - Looking beyond Clojure
A Clojure developer takes a look at languages with types
by Jon Pither
At JUXT we are a huge fans of Clojure, but we like to always keep an open mind. Therefore we asked our resident 'agent provocateur' Martin Trojer to take us through the Clojure alternatives, although as Martin puts it, we'll pretty soon discover that:
All roads lead to Haskell.
Martin will try to convince us that the 'time spent typing types' pays immense dividends. Enjoy.
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