Clojure For Beginners (Programming Language)
What you'll learn
- Print, Comment, Create Variables
- Data Types
- Formatted Output
- Strings and Math Library
- Lists, Sets, Vectors, Maps
- and much more of Conjure's Core Syntax
Clojure is a dialect of Lisp, and shares with Lisp the code-as-data philosophy. In this course, I’m going to run you through the most basic and simple concepts of the language. We’re going to be covering things like the print command, commenting, data types, string library, math library, sets, functions, conditionals, etc.
It's all easy stuff especially if you already know how to code in another language. But, if you don’t, that’s perfectly fine as well. I’m going to be explaining everything as simply as possible, and anyone can easily understand the things discussed in each lecture of this course. It’ll be a breeze.
Most importantly, in this course, we’re going to dive right into the code without spending anytime on installations, since we’re going to use an online IDE. This way you can start practicing and checking out the code right away and skip the annoying time-consuming experience of setting up your environment. You can even use a tablet or smartphone.
Clojure is a nice fun language to learn. It’s syntax is different from many other languages. It’s unique take on presentation and code is something that a lot of people find appealing. This course is ideal for beginners learning to code, and for people who know other languages and want a quick introduction to Clojure’s Core Syntax.
Who this course is for:
- Someone who knows how to code and wants to learn the core concepts of clojure
ProgLang Main Street is where I teach courses about programming languages. Currently my goal is to focus on the core concepts and syntax of programming languages. Yet, I do secretly have the desire to expand the courses and branch out into different areas.
Perhaps, after I gain enough experience in creating videos, I’ll be ready to take that leap. For now, I'll just be sticking to my guns and taking things one step at a time. I love creating video courses and sharing them here on this site. It's a nice safe place for me to geek out about something. The best thing is the feedback, and engagement I get from students.