Do you want to use Clojure at your current job?
Clojure can be a risky investment for a company. Will they be able to hire Clojure programmers? Is it hard to learn? Will the technology be around in a few years? Your company will have all of these questions, and more. Wouldn't it be nice to have a strategy for introducing Clojure that might change some minds?
This course develops a five-part strategy to get Clojure working in your current job by minimizing the risk and getting people on your side. It's designed for larger enterprises, which move more slowly and have more people, but it can work for companies of any size.
Inside, you'll learn how to introduce Clojure into projects without risking important systems, how to show off the power of Clojure, and how to deal with questions that come up.
Introducing Clojure to the Enterprise
2. Strategy 1: Get Clojure in your Codebase
4 places to get Clojure into your codebase, with several tactics for each.
5. Strategy 4: Community Organizing
There is strength in numbers. Find the others and get organized.