We still have to refine the overall concept a little bit but I think everyone had a great fun. And we did learn bit of Clojure (clo-ju-re for us Finns, clojöö for the rest of you) while at it.
Our Dojo sensei tasked us with several problems. They highlighted quite well the declarative and functional nature of Clojure. We used cyber-dojo to implement and finally examine various solutions made. The editor isn't perfect but it's good enough for little hackery such as this.
As the Dojo was just a beginning of a great Clojure journey for some of the students it might help to have some resources to provide sustenance during it. Particularly following resources could come in handy:
- Clojure cheat sheet for lazy peeps
- ClojureDocs for the rest of us
- emacs-live for heretics and VimClojure for true believers (could go other way too)
- Light Table - Interactive IDE
- 4clojure so you will never have to worry about what do do with your free time