Fun With Exercism and Clojure

Coding is my favorite puzzle-solving experience, and the best site I've ever found for coding exercises is Exercism. Not only is it free to use, it has an excellent interface, tons of great exercises, and supports dozens of languages. Even Emacs lisp ๐Ÿƒ Heck, you can even receive (or give) mentoring from volunteers for free. I highly recommend trying it out, no matter what level you are at as a programmer or hobbyist.

I spent quite a bit of time on this site about a year and a half ago. I was very happy to see that the site has only improved during that time. The UX is even better and there are many more exercises.

I decided to try the Clojure exercises again because it's the most enjoyable language I've ever used. It is concise, modern, functional, and integrates wonderfully with Emacs using Cider. Also, it gives me an excuse to re-read my favorite programming book ever.

Anywho, I'm going to try and blog about what I learn from these exercises here. I hope some of the posts will help others learn as much as they will help me.