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Sequence functions examined, and the bowling kata

Sequence functions examined

Sequences are the one of the main data structure abstractions built into clojure. I'll demonstrate a number of functions that are built to work with them, and converting between the data structures.  This will lead into...

Bowling kata

We'll take a large amount of time to pair/group work on the bowling kata.  The basic idea is "Given a list of rolls, what is the score of a bowling game"?  It gives a chance for everyone to write some clojure code for the month, while not requiring much math. I encourage you to think about how you'd solve this  in your language of daily use before hand.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Wonderful learning experience. Head still exploding fully.

    December 19, 2013

  • Steven B.

    Not sure if I can make it tonight, unfortunately. Can we try a hangout?

    December 19, 2013

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