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anyone have any recommendations of small Clojure libraries/repos that would be useful to study? (from a simple and best coding practices point of view)

Ben Sless09:04:33

Any repository from weavejester (James Reeves) Very high standards

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I think that's a tough one, most repos will be doing something pretty specific, with arbitrary preferences, and subject to "real-world pressures"


So a better kind of candidate would be "code katas", these often come from TDD workshops or courses. Even if you're not into TDD, I'd wager the code/tests/commits would be more useful than an arbitrary repo's