Daniel Higginbotham

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Daniel Higginbotham is a full-stack developer and writer living in Durham, North Carolina. He attended St. John's College.

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Frameworks and Why (Clojure) Programmers Need Them

It seems like there's a strong aversion to using frameworks in the
Clojure community. Other languages might need frameworks, but not
ours! Libraries all the way, baby!

This attitude did not develop without reason. Many of us came to
Clojure after getting burned on magical frameworks like Rails, where
we ended up spending an inordinate amount of time coming up with hacks
for the framework's shortcomin...

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“As we all know, sock gnomes take a single sock from every clothes dryer around the world. They use these socks to incubate their young. In return for this “gift,” sock gnomes protect your home from El Chupacabra. If you haven’t been visited by El Chupacabra lately, you have sock gnomes to thank.”
Daniel Higginbotham, Clojure for the Brave and True

“You put your money in the machine, and out comes a hot dog, all without the Illuminati or Big Brother orchestrating the whole thing.”
Daniel Higginbotham, Clojure for the Brave and True
tags: humor

“You can think of a thread as an actual, physical piece of thread that strings together a sequence of instructions. In my mind, the instructions are marshmallows, because marshmallows are delicious.”
Daniel Higginbotham, Clojure for the Brave and True
tags: humor

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