In many domains, writing code that runs cross platform is a big win. However, there's more to this than changing files to .cljc. This talk explains the why/how of cross platform Clojure and demonstrates a new date/time library 'tick' that goes a long way to enabling cross platform programs.
Henry has been developing software for over 15 years, mostly in the financial and aerospace domains.
He is a contributor to Clojurescript (the compiler) and had many PR’s accepted elsewhere. He is author of time-literals and co-authored the first cross-platform Clojure(Script) date/time library tick.