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Paul S. Chun

Paul has worked as a co-founding CTO, independent consultant and full-time software engineer at various companies since 2007. His interest in Clojure began while living in Berlin and attending the Clojure Berlin meetup. He currently lives in Tokyo, where he organizes the Clojure Tokyo meetup.


A Clojure Carol: Three Clojure Web Development A-Ha Moments

Jumping from Rails to Django? Easy. Jumping from Ruby, JavaScript and Python to Clojure? Hard. After many perspective-shifting moments, however, Clojure has become my preferred language. In this talk, I try to reproduce those same situations so that web developers in Clojure may have the same a-ha moments themselves.