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The PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter has evolved over time. It used to be called The Clojure Gazette. The resources I link to are more about quality than novelty. It is a mix of news and important content from the past. I try to capture the timeless ideas of functional programming and give them relevance today.

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The Newsletter is written and edited by Eric Normand. Eric Normand is a functional programming expert who writes at LispCast. He also teaches Clojure at PurelyFunctional.tv.

You can find him living with his wife and daughter in New Orleans.