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<p><em>The Joy of Clojure</em> was written by Michael Fogus and Chris Houser, two active members of the burgeoning Clojure community and active contributors to the language itself.</p>
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<p>Fogus is a member of Clojure/core with experience in distributed simulation, machine vision, and expert systems. He can be found on the Internet at:</p>
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<p>Chouser is a key contributor to Clojure who has implemented several of its features. He can be found on the Internet at:</p>
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<p>When this book was conceived, our first instinct was to create a comprehensive com- parison between <a href='http://clojure.org'>Clojure</a> and its host language, Java. After further reflection, we reached the conclusion that such an approach would be disingenuous at best, and disastrous at worst. Granted, some points of comparison can’t be avoided, but Java is very different from Clojure and to try and distort one to explain the other would respect neither. Therefore, we decided that a better approach would be to focus on “The Clojure Way” of writing code.</p>
<p>We’ll work hard to guide you through the features and semantics of Clojure to help you build the mental model needed to use the language effectively. Most of the samples in this book are designed to be run in Clojure’s interactive programming environment, commonly known as the Read-Eval-Print Loop, or REPL, an extremely powerful environment for experimentation and rapid prototyping.</p>
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- <p><a href='http://clojure.org'>Clojure</a> is a dialect of Lisp supporting<sup id='fnref:1'><a rel='footnote' href='#fn:1'>1</a></sup> concurrent software development using functional programming techniques, and like the Lisp described in “Beating the Averages,” provides an environment conducive to agility. Clojure fosters agility in ways that many popular programming languages can’t. Many programming languages are bewitched with most or all of the following:</p>
+ <p><a href='http://clojure.org'>Clojure</a> is a dialect of Lisp supporting<sup id='fnref:1'><a href='#fn:1' rel='footnote'>1</a></sup> concurrent software development using functional programming techniques, and like the Lisp described in “Beating the Averages,” provides an environment conducive to agility. Clojure fosters agility in ways that many popular programming languages can’t. Many programming languages are bewitched with most or all of the following:</p>
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<p>Clojure information, source, and official documentation is found at <a href='http://clojure.org'>http://clojure.org</a>.</p>
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<p>Clojure&#8217;s primary goal is not concurrent programming, instead its sane model for managing state provides an environment where sane concurrency is possible.</p>
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