Tag: Clojure

Introduction to Asynchronous Programming in Clojure

I’ve been writing about my favorite language, Clojure, for a while now. I’ve also been gauging your interest in Clojure and, if you’re reading this, I think you’re ready to take this relationship to the next level. Let’s talk about asynchronous code in Clojure. Getting Started If you want to follow along with the code… Read more »

Using JSON Web Tokens with Clojure

Authentication is easy. Good authentication is difficult. We’re at a point in the world where our users expect to be able to sign up for your service or app, and receive a more personalized experience. If you can’t validate who the user is, you can’t achieve this. In the past, people have leveraged sessions, cookies,… Read more »

Understanding Clojure Macros

Learning Clojure has been one of the most thought-provoking experiences of my life. Coming from a predominantly OOP background, it’s safe to say that it’s always been a bit of a challenge. Macro’s specifically, were a challenge that was hard for me to grasp, and I know cause a lot of pain points to new… Read more »