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Submission + - Clojure 1.0 Released (google.com)

Hornsby writes: "Yesterday marked the official release of Clojure 1.0. After several years of heavy development, the 1.0 branch will enable people to consume a stable version of Clojure and move to bugfix-only incremental versions while preserving API stability. Clojure was produced over the course of a self-funded sabbatical by it's author, Rich Hickey, and aims to provide a modern Lisp running on the JVM with excellent support for concurrency and Java interoperability."

Comment Re:Normal people using macs now? (Score 1) 1019

None of the Mac owners I know (besides myself) are very tech savvy

Hmmm, I'm a grad student in Computer Science and about half of the grad students are running macs. At the last few conferences I've been to, more than half of the laptops I see are macs ... and about half the remainder are running Linux. Geeks love it since we can get all of the great open source software, but with a nice, smooth, easy-to-maintain interface (I love Ubuntu, but I have to say Mac OS X is still nicer in many ways).

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