Ariel is a passionate software developer at Gaiwan, a Master's degree student in Information Science. Ariel posted4 academic articles and her 5th are on the way. 2 years ago Ariel started to develop in Clojure and became a functional programming fan. In her free time she posts about her journey into functional programming, participates in hackathons and develops fun side projects in other languages such as Java, C#, C++ and Python.
Are you tired of staring at a screen full of confusing error messages when working with a LISP?
This talk will focus on the common patterns of errors in the language and teach attendees how to quickly recognize and troubleshoot them. We will specifically be using Clojure as our example language, but the concepts and techniques covered can be applied to other LISP languages. Through real-world examples, and my personal experiences, attendees will gain valuable insights and practical tips for improving their code and becoming more efficient at debugging. Whether you're a seasoned Clojure developer or just getting started, you won't want to miss this fun and informative session on mastering the art of error handling in LISP.