Uncle Bob Martin discovered Clojure

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Uncle Bob Martin discovered Clojure fairly recently and really, really likes it. Having had the privilege to see him speak at various SD West conferences back when they still were a thing, I wasn't surprised by this. Anyway, do yourself a favour and spend a few minutes reading the article. It's worth your time.

I also strongly agree with him that reading Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs is very much worth the effort. It is a very well written book, especially as computer science textbooks go. It's not going to land you a new job with the latest hotness in technology, but it will help you improve your knowledge of computer science fundamentals. Those fundamentals are allow you to build a long term career and going from an "XX programmer" to a well rounded software engineer.

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