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Adventures in homoiconicity

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Homoiconicity is a long word our community likes to use heavily. It’s a cool property of the Clojure language: it means that code can be treated as data. We as computer people are used to handling data: we can visualise it, analyse it and even generate it. What does it imply if we can do the same things with our Clojure code, even while the program is running? I will investigate this question with examples from clojure.spec & hopefully help you understand this abstract concept better.

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:clojureD is the biggest annual Clojure conference in Germany. It’s a non-profit conference from the Clojure community for the Clojure community. Software developers from all over the world meet to...