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ELC 2010: Rich Hickey and Joe Pamer - Perspectives on Clojure and F#

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After a long day of sessions at Emerging Languages Camp 2010, I caught up with two of the day's presenters, Clojure creator Rich Hickey (you've met Rich before in an Expert to Expert episode with Brian Beckman) and F# compiler developer Joe Pamer. Clojure is a dynamic language that compiles to byte code/IL, targeting both the JVM and the CLR. Clojure is a Lisp. F# is a strongly-typed hybrid language that targets the CLR and employs a dual programming model—functional and object-oriented imperative.

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  • PerfectPhasePerfectPhase "This is not war, this is pest control!" - Dalek to Cyberman

    Clojure is one of the lanagues that's right up the top of my list of my list to learn.  It makes me wonder though that as Clojure has a JVM and .Net versions if there has been any thought to porting the DLR to JVM or vice versa to make it easier to target these languages at both platforms?

  • CharlesCharles Welcome Change

    The JVM employs a different strategy for supporting dynamic languages. What would porting the DLR to work with the JVM accomplish?


  • Great stuff.  It would be cool to have more on Clojure for the CLR.  Maybe some compare and contrast of implementing some bits of functionality using C#, F#, and Clojure, or look at how concurrency is supported in these languages.

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