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lewix17:04:05

@jsteve1212: I'll check out cursive too

lewix17:04:13

any books suggestion?

jsteve121217:04:37

i have just been using the cursive docs so far

jsteve121217:04:54

Loving it. Especially loving the way it handles unit tests.

lewix18:04:59

i meant any books suggestions when it comes to clojure or clojurescript

jsteve121219:04:35

It’s short and really great for Clojure noobs. It has a great “training program” section that eases you into Clojure development over the course of about 2 months

jsteve121219:04:34

I also have http://www.joyofclojure.com/ which is a bit more technical/in-depth…not as good as a noob book but definitely a good reference to have. It gets a bit more into the weeds with technical details that you don’t really -need- to know

lewix19:04:23

@jsteve1212: lol seems like everybody is reading the same stuff

jsteve121219:04:44

Clojure world is a small world after all 😜

cky19:04:07

I love that all those books are on Safari. 😄

alexmiller19:04:32

Clojure Applied is designed to be an intermediate level book

lewix20:04:12

@alexmiller: it's on my list next

lewix20:04:49

@cky: are you new to clojure?

lewix21:04:04

@jsteve1212: @sveri do you know how to send command to the repl (the shortcut) with cursive