Clojure is based on collections, but how are they used? What are some patterns for making the most of them? This course introduces you to the workhorses of the Clojure programming language, the immutable collections.

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Clojure Collections

Lessons

Video time: 30m59s

Hashmap Basics
  • 13 min

This lesson teaches the basics of creating and using hashmaps. It includes a 13 minute screencast.

Vector Basics
  • 6 min

This lesson teaches the basics of vectors. This lesson includes a video screencast. The video is 7 minutes long.

Hashmap Patterns
  • 4 min

Do you know these two patterns (Record and Index) that are commonly used with hashmaps? This lesson explains why and when they are used and give you a method for determining which one is being used in someone else's code.

Vector Patterns
  • 7 min

Did you know that there are two distinct patterns that Clojure programmers use Vectors for? In this lesson, you'll learn how to use both the List pattern and the Tuple pattern, how to identify the patterns quickly in the wild.