Jessica Kerr Jessica Kerr
Functional developer on the JVM

Jessica Kerr is a static-typing fan working in a dynamic language.

She writes Clojure full-time for Outpace, after a few years in Scala and a decade in Java. As time allows, she speaks about functional programming in the US and Europe, blogs, tweets, teaches for Pluralsight, and raises two daughters. Her side projects include measuring pain, categorizing yaks, and defining “quality.”

Jessica’s talk is now available on the Chariot Solutions site.

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