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Most clicked news

Top 10 Java stories of March: Java 14, Concurnas, Clojure & more

Every month, we take a look back at our top ten most clicked topics. Last month, Java 14 was released, so we interviewed an illustrious round of Java experts to hear their thoughts about the latest release. We also learned about a new JVM language, Concurnas, from its creator, and listed some advantages of using Clojure. And, since developers are in a unique position to help fight the pandemic while working from home, we shared some open source ideas.

Ten reasons to make the switch

Clojure: a mature alternative to Java

Clojure enables you to write programs that are better and more flexible, and above all makes you much more productive than using Java. By now the language has proven itself in the industry. Perhaps a good reason for you to switch to Clojure? We listed ten advantages of using Clojure for you.

The numbers are in

State of Clojure 2020 reveals Clojure usage shifting to enterprise

For the tenth year in a row, the annual State of Clojure report is here. This year, the language saw a slight change in how people use the language. People are using Clojure at work, especially for web development. See what tools Clojure developers are using, what version of Java they are targeting, and where they are spending time socializing with other devs.

All wrapped up in Clojure

Solving JavaFX’s CSS problems with cljfx css

We like to browse GitHub and occasionally shed some light on interesting or useful open source repositories. Today we are taking a closer look at a few projects written in Clojure: clfx and cljfx css. Cljfx css is “charmingly simple styling” for cljfx. What’s under the hood of this styling library for JavaFX? Find out how it simplifies CSS for JavaFX and what requirements you need to run it.

The survey also shows that Clojure devs are more experienced

Clojure devs are all about Java 8 and functional programming

What’s the state of the Clojure ecosystem in 2019? According to Clojure’s annual survey, Clojure devs are still in love with Java 8 and use it for web development and open source. We take a closer look at the 2019 results to see what’s really going on in this functional programming language.

An ode to Clojure

Clojure’s most important lessons

Clojure has a lot of important and unique lessons to teach, but which one is the most important? JAX London speaker Daniel Lebrero explains how he fell for Clojure and why it’s important to keep an open mind in programming.

Getting Clojure

Clojure: a whistle stop tour

Neale Swinnerton guides us through sequences, lazy evaluation and higher order functions, without going around in circles. Or maybe we will?

Getting Clojure

Clojure: a whistle stop tour

Neale Swinnerton guides us through sequences, lazy evaluation and higher order functions, without going around in circles. Or maybe we will?