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core.async is the latest Clojure tool for managing concurrency and avoiding callback hell, but do you know how to use it? This workshop will give you the necessary hands-on experience to be able to build Clojure or ClojureScript applications using core.async.
This workshop will begin with a brief overview of core.async's primitives and common ways they are composed to solve problems in your programs. You will then put this knowledge in practice by building a chat application that uses core.async on both the server and the client.
In order to complete this workshop, you should have some experience with Clojure or ClojureScript and a working Clojure or ClojureScript environment.
Daniel is a long-time software developer who uses a variety of programming languages, including C++, Clojure, and Scala. He caught the functional programming bug a few years ago and has yet to fully recover. He helps lead Clojure's Google Summer of Code initiative and explores functional programming on Android and Glass in his spare time.