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The Clojure Workshop: Use functional programming to build data-centric applications with Clojure and ClojureScript Capa comum – 28 janeiro 2020
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|10x sem juros||R$ 33,58||R$ 335,71|
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Scott McCaughie lives near Glasgow, Scotland where he works as a senior Clojure developer for Previse, a Fintech startup aiming to solve the problem of slow payments in the B2B space. Having graduated from Heriot-Watt University, his first 6 years were spent building out Risk and PnL systems for JP Morgan. A fortuitous offer of a role learning and writing Clojure came up and he jumped at the chance. 5 years of coding later and it's the best career decision he's made. In his spare time, Scott is an avid reader, enjoys behavioral psychology and financial independence podcasts, and keeps fit by commuting by bike, running, climbing, hill walking, snowboarding. You get the picture!
Konrad Szydlo has worked with Clojure for the last 7 years. Since January 2016, he has worked as a software engineer and team leader at Retailic, responsible for building a website for the biggest royalty program in Poland. Prior to this, he worked as a developer with Sky, developing e-commerce and sports applications, where he used Ruby, Java, and PHP. He is also listed in the Top 75 Datomic developers on GitHub. Konrad is a part of the Clojurian Slack community, is very interested in functional programming, and gave a Datomic Database talk at the ClojureD conference in Berlin in 2015. He also gave a talk on Creating reactive components using ClojureScript React wrappers during Lambda Days in Kraków in 2016.
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- Editora : Packt Publishing (28 janeiro 2020)
- Idioma : Inglês
- Capa comum : 800 páginas
- ISBN-10 : 1838825487
- ISBN-13 : 978-1838825485
- Dimensões : 19.05 x 4.6 x 23.5 cm
- Ranking dos mais vendidos: Nº 371,335 em Livros (Conheça o Top 100 na categoria Livros)
- Nº 326 em Importados de Programação em Java
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It's a total waste of money like any other Packt books that I own so far.
The only real problem I have is that it comes with some unexpected advertising. I almost gave the book 3 stars for this alone, but decided not to punish the authors and editors who did good work. This is on the publisher, who apparently needed the money (which is its own punishment, I guess). The advertising comes in the form of the first 20 or so pages of the book being a sample of an out-of-print book from some esoteric bookshop called Kessinger Publishing. In this case, it was chapter 5 from an old book I guess from the last century that purports to prove that the Bible is in fact an Irish, not a Hebrew, book. Apparently, the Irish were in Egypt and their spiritual influence was in fact the foundation of everything in the Scriptures since. Anyway, despite the fact I actually enjoy crazy sh*t like this (reminded me of the main characters of "Foucault's Pendulum" by Umberto Eco), it was quite a strange first impression to open the cover of the book and see the first inside page read: "How the Bible is an Irish Book Altered and Adapted by British-Roman Transcribers, by Conor MacDari." It took me a moment to realize this was a free sample, and worth every penny.
The "Look Inside" feature of Amazon does not include this in the sample, I suppose because they actually want to sell the book.
Anyway - I highly recommend all but the first 20 pages of this tome, which otherwise should be required reading for newbies to the Clojure language. :-)
Most of us can learn only by immersing ourselves in the subject matter, but most books (even good ones) do not provide enough opportunities for that to happen and the net effect that that many readers are unable to progress from understanding the ideas into the practical realm. I found this book to be outstanding in this regard.
Despite its intent to teach the topic from scratch and in depth -- which can be conflicting objectives, the book is thorough and successful in it goals. It takes the reader all the way to topics like testing, web applications, Clojurescript and Reagent.
Although I have not finished the book yet, I believe that I will be ready to take on real projects right after I finish this book.
Congratulations and many thanks to the authors and the publisher.