Aaron Bedra has been actively involved in teaching and contributing to the increasingly popular Clojure language since before it was cool. But he’s no hipster, having created the Clojure Koans teaching tool that is now maintained by Colin Jones, co-authored and “Programming Clojure, 2nd Ed.” and contributed to the Clojure codebase, all before it was cool.
Aaron sits down to chat about how he got involved with Clojure, how the Koans Engine was designed with future koan creators in mind and how he prepares for teaching at conferences.
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