Table of contents for Clojure programming / Chas Emerick, Brian Carper, and Christophe Grand.


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PrefaceChapter 1: Down the Rabbit HoleFunctional Programming and ConcurrencyChapter 2: Functional ProgrammingChapter 3: Collections and Data StructuresChapter 4: Concurrency and ParallelismBuilding AbstractionsChapter 5: MacrosChapter 6: Datatypes and ProtocolsChapter 7: MultimethodsTools, Platform, and ProjectsChapter 8: Organizing and Building Clojure ProjectsChapter 9: Java and JVM InteroperabilityChapter 10: REPL-Oriented ProgrammingPracticumsChapter 11: Numerics and MathematicsChapter 12: Design PatternsChapter 13: TestingChapter 14: Using Relational DatabasesChapter 15: Using Nonrelational DatabasesChapter 16: Clojure and the WebChapter 17: Deploying Clojure Web ApplicationsMiscellaneaChapter 18: Choosing Clojure Type Definition Forms WiselyChapter 19: Introducing Clojure into Your WorkplaceChapter 20: What’s Next?Colophon



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Java virtual machine.
Clojure (Computer program language)
Java (Computer program language)
Functional programming (Computer science)