Programming Challenge for Newbies in Clojure and Python too?

Programming Challenge for Newbies in Clojure and Python too? RubyLearning has been conducting the monthly Ruby Programming Challenge for Newbies for over a year now and so far 12 challenges have been completed. The 13th challenge is in progress. All this was possible due to the extensive support we got from Rubyists across the world. Also, you all indicated that we continue with these challenges in the months to come. Recently, my colleague Dhananjay Nene posted a Python based solution to the 13th Ruby challenge.

Clojure: A Chat with Andrew Boekhoff

In this brief interview, Satish Talim of RubyLearning talks to Andrew Boekhoff, author of CongoMongo, a toolkit for using MongoDB with Clojure. Satish>> Welcome Andrew and thanks for taking out time to share your thoughts. What programming languages have you used seriously? Andrew>> Seriously: Ruby and Clojure. Less Seriously: C, C++, Java and now: Haskell, Scheme. Satish>> Why and when did you decide to start working on Clojure? Andrew>> I’ve been using Clojure for a little over a year.

Clojure Tips from the Experts

RubyLearning wrote to a lot of experts, gathering their best tips on Clojure. The tips are still coming in, but here are some to get you started with. Feel free to add your own tips in the comments section or send the same to satishtalim [at] gmail.com. Enjoy! Antonio Cangiano Find him on Twitter. His Blog. When learning a new programming language, I find Project Euler to be an invaluable source of self-contained, increasingly more challenging exercises.

Popular Posts on Clojure from RubyLearning

Many Rubyists today are talking about and exploring Clojure and I wanted to share a list of some popular posts on Clojure from RubyLearning. Enjoy! Rich Hickey Stuart Halloway Michael Fogus Amit Rathore Andrew Boekhoff Clojure Tips from the Experts. And hopefully more to come…

RubyLearning Associates and Participants on Twitter and Facebook

RubyLearning Associates and Participants on Twitter and Facebook

RubyLearning is associated with some amazing, talented people these last 5 years. I am compiling a list (in alphabetical order) showcasing them; people who have either undergone some of the courses at RubyLearning or have been instrumental in taking RubyLearning to the next level.

Book Promotion: The Joy of Clojure

Book Promotion: The Joy of Clojure

RubyLearning is pleased to announce the promotion of the book “The Joy of Clojure” by author Michael Fogus and Chris Houser.

20+ Clojurians to Follow on Twitter

What’s Clojure?

Clojure

According to Wikipedia: “Clojure is a modern dialect of the Lisp programming language. It is a general-purpose language supporting interactive development that encourages a functional programming style, and simplifies multithreaded programming.

Rich Hickey talks to RubyLearning's Clojure Course Participants

On the eve of the first free, online “Clojure 101” course, Michael Kohl of RubyLearning caught up with Rich Hickey, the creator of Clojure. In this interview, Rich Hickey talks to the Clojure 101 course participants on Clojure. Michael>> Welcome, Rich and thanks for taking out time for RubyLearning’s Clojure course participants. For their benefit, could you tell us something about yourself? Rich>> I’m an independent professional software developer, and the author of Clojure.

Amit Rathore talks to RubyLearning's Clojure Course Participants

On the eve of the first free, online “Clojure 101” course, Michael Kohl of RubyLearning caught up with Amit Rathore, author of the forthcoming book – Clojure in Action. In this interview, Amit Rathore talks to the Clojure 101 course participants on Clojure. Michael>> Welcome, Amit and thanks for taking out time for RubyLearning’s Clojure course participants. For their benefit, could you tell us something about yourself? Amit>> I’ve been programming since I was 11, and been designing and developing software systems in a professional setting for about ten years now.

Michael Fogus talks to RubyLearning - Clojure Course Participants

On the eve of the first free, online “Clojure 101” course, Michael Kohl of RubyLearning caught up with Michael Fogus, author of the forthcoming book

Stuart Halloway talks to RubyLearning's Clojure Course Participants

On the eve of the first free, online “Clojure 101” course, Michael Kohl of RubyLearning caught up with Stuart Halloway, author of