About the Book
Quickly learn the building blocks needed to construct systems that do complex date and time manipulations. Unravel the dark mysteries that enable effortless transformations of timezones as they attach to the timeline and complex, ever-shifting daylight savings times rulesets.
Readers who have some familiarity with Clojure, but no prior experience with `java.time` or any other time APIs can quickly come up to speed with a little theoretical overview. The book then becomes a design pattern reference manual: a catalog of worked demonstration problems modeling various time/date scenarios become the building blocks for your more complex date/time system.
This is an early preview edition -- feedback is welcome! Tell me what sorts of demo material would be helpful.
About the Author
Paul Legato has been working in Clojure since 2008, by way of Common Lisp, Scheme, and Ruby.