I’ve got very interesting links today (most of them relate to Clojure and FP):
Building a server application with Clojure is a better experience than with many compiled languages, because as with any Lisp, you can just hotpatch everything in the REPL as you build it.
In its current form, I prefer not to use Go. It is not that Go is bad - it is just that there are lots of languages available that I find more enjoyable. When I work with Go I cannot help thinking about how I could be doing things differently in another language.
ClojureScript version has a lot less syntactic noise, and I find this has direct impact on my ability to reason about the code. The more quirks there are, the more likely I am to misread the intent.
23-pages academical paper that I’m going to read someday.
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