If you come to Clojure from an object-oriented background, you may not know where to start. It is sort of like looking at a rifle for the first time and asking "But where do I put the arrows?"
Clojure solves the traditional problems of OO (and then some!) but it does it in different ways. To learn how to translate your arrows (encapsulation, polymorphism, and inheritance) into bullets, check out my new article in the May issue of NFJS, the Magazine.
Also: I'll be spending the summer on the NFJS circuit, talking about Clojure, Git, and other good things. Come see us.