Packt is pleased to announce the release of its new book on Clojure: Clojure for Domain-Specific Languages. Filled with practical examples, users will be able to learn as much as Clojure code as possible. Users will be able to create customer domain- specific languages and will learn about the tools involved in the process.
About the author: Ryan D. Kelker is a Clojure enthusiast and works as a freelance. He started exploring computers and the Internet at a very early age and he eventually ended up building both machines and software. Starting with MS DOS, batch files, and QBasic, he eventually floated towards Arch Linux and the Clojure language. He has four certifications from both CompTIA and Cisco.
Readers will learn about the pros and cons about a domain-specific language and general design concepts. Clojure for Domain-Specific Languages goes about explaining concepts in an example-oriented manner. Important concepts are explained in this example oriented guide designed to build custom languages.
Clojure for Domain-Specific Languages further dives into general programming and will take the users through chapters that are code oriented. Users will also learn Leiningen which help them build projects. The examples in this book are presented in a Read-Evaluate-Print-Loop environment helping readers follow on their own machine.
Users familiar with developing Clojure applications will find the book helpful in developing domain specific languages. Experienced Domain-Specific language users familiar with other programming languages will find this ebook a valuable resource. For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/clojure-for-domain-specific-languages/book
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| Understand the pros and cons of a domain-specific language
For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/clojure-for-domain-specific-languages/book