Thanks everyone for having me!
BTW: I got the "what gets called when you call (my-vec)?" mystery
figured out thanks to StackOverflow:
Short answer... The invoke() method gets called on the IFn instance.
In the case of a Clojure vector the instance is a PersistentVector which
calls nth on invoke():
Hopefully see you all again soon!
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