Clojure Events https://clojure.org Clojure Events en-gb Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:34 +0000 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:34 +0000 Portfolio: A 'visual REPL' for UI Co&#8230;&#8203; https://clojure.org/events/2023/portfolio-a-visual-repl-for-ui-co-533245227 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/portfolio-a-visual-repl-for-ui-co-533245227 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_portfolio_a_visual_repl_for_ui_co"><a class="anchor" href="#_portfolio_a_visual_repl_for_ui_co"></a>Portfolio: A 'visual REPL' for UI Co&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Portfolio: "visual REPL" for UI Component development<br> <br> <strong>THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT</strong><br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: <strong>Portfolio: A &quot;visual REPL&quot; for UI Component development</strong><br> Speaker: <strong>Christian Johansen</strong><br> Time: <strong>2023-04-18 @ 18:30 (London time)</strong><br> Local time: <a href="https://time.is/1830_18_April_2023_in_London/" class="bare">https://time.is/1830_18_April_2023_in_London/</a> (click here for local time)<br> Christian Johansen (<a href="https://github.com/cjohansen" class="bare">https://github.com/cjohansen</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Portfolio: A &quot;visual REPL&quot; for UI Component development&quot;<br> Christian will present Portfolio, a library inspired by devcards<br> and Storybook.JS for working with UI components. He will show you<br> what the tool can do and how to use it. He&#8217;ll also show examples<br> from his own work, including custom extensions for i18n, theming and more.<br> Christian works for the Norwegian consultancy Kodemaker.<br> He&#8217;s worked backends and frontends for web and mobile apps<br> since the early 2000s and picked up Clojure in 2013.He&#8217;s been<br> fortunate enough to do Clojure and ClojureScript full-time since 2017.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London<br> Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and<br> in-person events:<br> - ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> - re:Clojure: our <strong>free</strong> to attend annual community conference<br> - monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> - subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for<br> larger online meetups<br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> - <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> - <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> - <a href="https://freshcodeit.com/" class="bare">https://freshcodeit.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://nette.io/" class="bare">https://nette.io/</a><br> - <a href="https://nilenso.com/" class="bare">https://nilenso.com/</a><br> - And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/348200876" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/348200876</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Scicloj LLM meetup 2 https://clojure.org/events/2023/scicloj-llm-meetup-2-2001680187 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/scicloj-llm-meetup-2-2001680187 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_scicloj_llm_meetup_2_prompt_engineering_logi"><a class="anchor" href="#_scicloj_llm_meetup_2_prompt_engineering_logi"></a>Scicloj LLM meetup 2: Prompt engineering (logi&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Scicloj LLM meetup 2: Prompt engineering (login for details)<br> <br> This 2nd meetup in the LLM meetup series will focus on prompt engineering.<br> One of the main goals here will be to clarify some notions and practices before the 3rd meetup (that will focus on Bosquet).<br> <br> Agenda<br> @irfanns and @daslu will explain and demonstrate some practices from Clojure.<br> <br> Joining<br> Please use the Going button at the top of this post to mark your participation.<br> You can also use the Add to Calendar to add the event to your calendar.<br> <br> Time<br> Friday June 16th 2pm UTC<br> <br> Length<br> The official part will be 90 minutes long.<br> Sometimes, some of us like to stay longer and chat.<br> <br> Video Call<br> Zoom link: Launch Meeting - Zoom<br> <br> Recording<br> The meeting will be recorded and shared publicly.<br> Some parts will be unrecorded.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/361277826" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/361277826</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Scicloj LLM meetup 4 https://clojure.org/events/2023/scicloj-llm-meetup-4-698279956 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/scicloj-llm-meetup-4-698279956 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_scicloj_llm_meetup_4_architectures_and_ideas"><a class="anchor" href="#_scicloj_llm_meetup_4_architectures_and_ideas"></a>Scicloj LLM meetup 4: Architectures and ideas &#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Scicloj LLM meetup 4: Architectures and ideas behind transformer-based generative LLMs<br> <br> This 4th meetup in the LLM meetup series will offer an overview of the core ideas behind transformer-based generative LLMs.<br> Unlike many of our meetups, this one is not specifically about Clojure.<br> <br> Joining<br> It would be nice to Reply below and mention that you plan to attend. You can also inform me by a private message.<br> You can use the Add to Calendar button to add the event to your calendar.<br> <br> Agenda<br> <br> Dimid Duchovny will explain some of the concepts behind LLM services:<br> <br> self-attention as a mechanism to capture dependencies and relationships within data<br> training processes - from unsupervised pre-training to RLHF<br> the inference process<br> <br> <br> Dimid will then cover additional practical topics:<br> <br> using LLMs locally from Python<br> a detailed look into the OpenAI API and its various parameters<br> <br> <br> <br> @daslu will briefly demonstrate performing such tasks from Clojure.<br> <br> <br> Assumed background<br> Prior knowledge about LLMs would be excellent but is not required.<br> Some familiarity with Python will be assumed.<br> <br> Abstract<br> Join us for an engaging meetup session that delves into the captivating world of GenAI, where we will embark on an exciting journey through the architecture and ideas behind transformer-based generative Large Language Models (LLMs).<br> In this meetup, we will begin by unraveling the fundamental concepts that underpin services such as ChatGPT, highlighting their ability to generate coherent and contextually rich text. We will explore how these models leverage self-attention mechanisms to effectively capture dependencies and relationships within vast amounts of data, resulting in remarkable generative capabilities. We&rsquo;ll go over their training process from unsupervised pre-training to RLHF and also discuss inference.<br> Next, we will dive into the OpenAI API. We will discuss how to access the API, and explore its various params. Discover how you can leverage this interface to generate creative and contextually relevant text, and gain insights into best practices and trade-offs.<br> Whether you are a seasoned data scientist, an AI enthusiast, or simply curious about the latest advancements in natural language processing, this meetup is designed to provide an introduction to Generative AI and its practical uses.<br> <br> Length<br> The official part will be 90 minutes long.<br> Sometimes, some of us like to stay longer and chat.<br> <br> Video Call<br> Zoom link: Launch Meeting - Zoom<br> <br> Recording<br> The meeting will be recorded and shared publicly.<br> Some parts will be unrecorded.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/368045489" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/368045489</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Scicloj LLM meetup 6 https://clojure.org/events/2023/scicloj-llm-meetup-6-1332603222 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/scicloj-llm-meetup-6-1332603222 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_scicloj_llm_meetup_6_implementing_research_pa"><a class="anchor" href="#_scicloj_llm_meetup_6_implementing_research_pa"></a>Scicloj LLM meetup 6: Implementing research pa&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Scicloj LLM meetup 6: Implementing research papers with Bosquet<br> <br> On the next meetup of the Scicloj LLM series, we will keep exploring the LLMOps platform Bosquet.<br> In this meeting, the author Žygimantas Medelis will demonstrate how Bosquet can be used to implement a couple of workflows presented in recent research. You may see examples of such implementations in Bosquet&rsquo;s documentation.<br> <br> Joining<br> Please Reply below and mention that you plan to attend. You can also inform me by a private message.<br> You can use the Add to Calendar button to add the event to your calendar.<br> <br> Assumed background<br> This session will not teach the basics of LLMs. For background, you are encouraged to watch the recordings of previous sessions on this series, especially Meetups 1,2, and the short part about Bosquet in Meetup 5. You may also enjoy Meetup 3, where an earlier version of Bosquet was presented.<br> We will also assume some knowledge of Clojure.<br> <br> Length<br> The official part will be 90 minutes long.<br> Sometimes, some of us like to stay longer and chat.<br> <br> Video Call<br> Zoom link: Launch Meeting - Zoom<br> <br> Recording<br> Some parts of this meeting will be recorded and shared publicly.<br> Some parts will not be recorded, to allow the conversation to flow freely.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/400427049" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/400427049</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Simpler User Interfaces with Membrane https://clojure.org/events/2023/simpler-user-interfaces-with-membrane-1143896631 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/simpler-user-interfaces-with-membrane-1143896631 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_simpler_user_interfaces_with_membrane_by_adri"><a class="anchor" href="#_simpler_user_interfaces_with_membrane_by_adri"></a>Simpler User Interfaces with Membrane (by Adri&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Simpler User Interfaces with Membrane (by Adrian Smith)<br> <br> THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Simpler User Interfaces with Membrane<br> Speaker: Adrian Smith<br> Time: 2023-02-07 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: <a href="https://time.is/1830_07_Feb_2023_in_London/" class="bare">https://time.is/1830_07_Feb_2023_in_London/</a> (click here for local time)<br> Adrian Smith (<a href="https://github.com/phronmophobic" class="bare">https://github.com/phronmophobic</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Simpler User Interfaces with Membrane&quot;<br> User Interfaces are brittle, highly coupled, and inflexible. This talk<br> will diagnose some of the root problems that plague user interfaces<br> and show how a different approach can make UI programs dramatically<br> simpler using Membrane (<a href="https://github.com/phronmophobic/membrane" class="bare">https://github.com/phronmophobic/membrane</a>).<br> Adrian is a software engineer and creator of membrane, a UI library<br> that runs anywhere. He got started programming by making tic-tac-toe<br> for his TI-83 calculator. Since then, he&#8217;s built web, mobile, and<br> desktop apps using python, javascript, ruby, php, objective-c, and c++<br> before finally finding clojure. He believes that programming should be<br> for everyone and that you shouldn&#8217;t need a CS degree to make a simple<br> web, desktop, or mobile app. The right tools for making programming<br> accessible don&#8217;t exist&#8230;&#8203; yet, but he&#8217;s working to change that.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/c/LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/c/LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London<br> Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and<br> in-person events:<br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> reClojure: our free-to- attend annual community conference<br> - monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> - subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for<br> larger online meetups<br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> - <a href="https://www.juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://www.juxt.pro/</a><br> - <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> - And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/316927721" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/316927721</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Talking to Martians (by Oliver Hine) https://clojure.org/events/2023/talking-to-martians-by-oliver-hine--1582948509 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/talking-to-martians-by-oliver-hine--1582948509 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_talking_to_martians_by_oliver_hine"><a class="anchor" href="#_talking_to_martians_by_oliver_hine"></a>Talking to Martians (by Oliver Hine)</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Talking to Martians<br> Speaker: Oliver Hine<br> Time: 2023-08-29 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: <a href="https://time.is/1830_29_August_2023_in_London/" class="bare">https://time.is/1830_29_August_2023_in_London/</a> (click here for local time)<br> Oliver Hine (<a href="https://github.com/oliyh" class="bare">https://github.com/oliyh</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Talking to Martians&quot;<br> How describing remote interfaces using schemas allows abstraction from HTTP and leads to greater good.<br> Oliver enjoys writing software and wants others to enjoy it too. A decade of Clojure dev across the stack.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London<br> Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and<br> in-person events:<br> - ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> - re:Clojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> - monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> - subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for<br> larger online meetups<br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> - <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> - <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> - <a href="https://freshcodeit.com/" class="bare">https://freshcodeit.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://nette.io/" class="bare">https://nette.io/</a><br> - <a href="https://nilenso.com/" class="bare">https://nilenso.com/</a><br> - And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/374596975" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/374596975</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> The jank programming language https://clojure.org/events/2023/the-jank-programming-language-939274221 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/the-jank-programming-language-939274221 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_the_jank_programming_language_by_jeaye_wilker"><a class="anchor" href="#_the_jank_programming_language_by_jeaye_wilker"></a>The jank programming language (by Jeaye Wilker&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The jank programming language (by Jeaye Wilkerson)<br> <br> <strong>THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT</strong><br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: <strong>The jank programming language</strong><br> Speaker: <strong>Jeaye Wilkerson</strong><br> Time: <strong>2023-06-13 @ 18:30 (London time)</strong><br> Local time: <a href="https://time.is/1830_13_June_2023_in_London/" class="bare">https://time.is/1830_13_June_2023_in_London/</a> (click here for local time)<br> Jeaye Wilkerson (<a href="https://github.com/jeaye" class="bare">https://github.com/jeaye</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;The jank programming language&quot;<br> jank (<a href="https://jank-lang.org/" class="bare">https://jank-lang.org/</a>) is a Clojure dialect on LLVM with C interop. In this talk, Jeaye will cover jank's use cases, some challenges around building a native Clojure dialect, and some insights about Clojure itself found only by spelunking deep into the Clojure compiler. + Jeaye has a background in C systems programming, focusing on games<br> and game engines. After several years of that, he co-founded an<br> e-sports tournament startup written in full-stack Clojure for another<br> 5 years. These days, he&rsquo;s at Electronic Arts (EA) building tooling<br> used to make some of the world&rsquo;s top games.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London<br> Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and<br> in-person events:<br> - ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> - re:Clojure: our <strong>free</strong> to attend annual community conference<br> - monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> - subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for<br> larger online meetups<br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> - <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> - <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> - <a href="https://freshcodeit.com/" class="bare">https://freshcodeit.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://nette.io/" class="bare">https://nette.io/</a><br> - <a href="https://nilenso.com/" class="bare">https://nilenso.com/</a><br> - And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/358743768" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/358743768</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Visual-tools meeting 17 https://clojure.org/events/2023/visual-tools-meeting-17--542239363 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/visual-tools-meeting-17--542239363 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_visual_tools_meeting_17_coming_back_various"><a class="anchor" href="#_visual_tools_meeting_17_coming_back_various"></a>Visual-tools meeting 17 - coming back, various&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Visual-tools meeting 17 - coming back, various updates<br> <br> Please note that some clocks are shifting these days, and the Clojureverse view might be misleading.<br> The time is 18:00 in UTC time zone. You can click Add to Calendar to add the event to your calendar.<br> After a break of a few months, the visual tools group will have its 17h meeting on April 1st.<br> In this meeting, a few of our friends will share updates of their current projects. Please see the gradually updating agenda below, and please reach out to add your topics to the Agenda.<br> A few of the topics will be updates of ongoing projects, but we will encourage participants to make their presentations self-contained.<br> <br> Agenda<br> <br> <br> @daslu:<br> <br> <br> Kindly updates: support for Clerk &amp; Quarto, exploring Portal<br> <br> Clay updates: bridging between interactive backend computation to static documents<br> <br> <br> &hellip; you?<br> <br> <br> Joining<br> Please use the Going button at the top of this post to mark your participation.<br> You can also use the Add to Calendar to add the event to your calendar.<br> <br> Length<br> The official part will be 90 minutes long.<br> Sometimes some of us like to stay longer and chat.<br> <br> Video Call<br> Zoom link: Launch Meeting - Zoom<br> <br> Recording<br> The meeting will be recorded and shared publicly.<br> Some parts will be unrecorded.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/342664721" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/342664721</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Visual-tools meeting 19 - Electric https://clojure.org/events/2023/visual-tools-meeting-19-electric--1180896862 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/visual-tools-meeting-19-electric--1180896862 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_visual_tools_meeting_19_electric_login_for"><a class="anchor" href="#_visual_tools_meeting_19_electric_login_for"></a>Visual-tools meeting 19 - Electric (login for &#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Visual-tools meeting 19 - Electric (login for details)<br> <br> While the coming meeting 18 of the visual-tools group is this Saturday, in this post we are announcing meeting 19 &ndash; a special meeting where @dustingetz will present Electric.<br> Preparing for the session, you may join the thread at the Clojurians Slack.<br> <br> Joining<br> Please use the Going button at the top of this post to mark your participation.<br> You can also use the Add to Calendar to add the event to your calendar.<br> <br> Agenda<br> <br> presentation by @dustingetz<br> <br> discussion<br> <br> <br> Time<br> Friday July 7th 4pm UTC<br> <br> Length<br> The official part will be 90 minutes long.<br> Sometimes some of us like to stay longer and chat.<br> <br> Video Call<br> Updated Zoom link: Launch Meeting - Zoom<br> <br> Recording<br> The meeting will be recorded and shared publicly.<br> Some parts will be unrecorded.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/360372177" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/360372177</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Webinar: The Xiana Framework for https://clojure.org/events/2023/webinar-the-xiana-framework-for--401849037 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/webinar-the-xiana-framework-for--401849037 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_webinar_the_xiana_framework_for_clojure"><a class="anchor" href="#_webinar_the_xiana_framework_for_clojure"></a>Webinar: The Xiana Framework for Clojure</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>This webinar will give a solid intro to Xiana! Xiana is a lightweight web-application framework written in Clojure, for Clojure. The goal is to be simple, fast, and most importantly - a welcoming platform for web programmers with different backgrounds who want to experience the wonders of functional programming!<br> It&#8217;s easy to install, fun to experiment with, and a powerful tool to produce monolithic web applications.<br> This session will cover what it is, its core concepts, its architecture overview, and how to set up a project using Xiana.<br> Join in!<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/363051119" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/363051119</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Writing Maintainable Clojure https://clojure.org/events/2023/writing-maintainable-clojure-1739230272 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/writing-maintainable-clojure-1739230272 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_writing_maintainable_clojure_applications_by"><a class="anchor" href="#_writing_maintainable_clojure_applications_by"></a>Writing Maintainable Clojure Applications (by &#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Writing Maintainable Clojure Applications (by Dmitri Sotnikov)<br> <br> THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Writing Maintainable Clojure Applications<br> Speaker: Dmitri Sotnikov<br> Time: 2023-11-28 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: click here for local time<br> Dmitri Sotnikov (<a href="https://github.com/yogthos/" class="bare">https://github.com/yogthos/</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Writing Maintainable Clojure Applications&quot;<br> This talk will discuss a strategy for structuring large Clojure applications to facilitate maintainability.<br> Dmitri has over a decade of experience doing web development using Clojure and has been an active member of the open source community. Dmitri is the author of Luminus and Kit microframeworks as well as a number of popular libraries.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and in-person events:<br> <br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> <br> <br> re:Clojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> <br> <br> monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> <br> <br> subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for larger online meetups<br> <br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> <br> <br> <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> <br> <br> <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> <br> <br> <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> <br> <br> And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/391693908" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/391693908</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Brimm: graph backend with a https://clojure.org/events/2024/brimm-graph-backend-with-a--1414961930 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2024/brimm-graph-backend-with-a--1414961930 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_brimm_graph_backend_with_a_notion_inspired_ui"><a class="anchor" href="#_brimm_graph_backend_with_a_notion_inspired_ui"></a>Brimm: graph backend with a Notion-inspired UI&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Brimm: graph backend with a Notion-inspired UI (by Filip Juruković)<br> <br> THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Brimm: graph backend with a Notion-inspired UI<br> Speaker: Filip Juruković<br> Time: 2024-03-12 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: click here for local time<br> Filip Juruković (<a href="https://github.com/zeitstein" class="bare">https://github.com/zeitstein</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Brimm: graph backend with a Notion-inspired UI&quot;<br> In this talk, we&#8217;ll explore Brimm: a new open source full stack project for knowledge management. We&#8217;ll showcase the default UI and discuss how you can use Brimm as a tool for thought or a graph CMS.<br> Filip is a web developer who fell in love with Clojure because of the parentheses. He&#8217;s been writing Clojure for several years and has thought about Brimm for more. He is interested in UX, knowledge management and a more open Web.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and in-person events:<br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> re:Clojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; StreamYard subscription<br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> <br> <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/404434914" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/404434914</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Clojure/Conj 2024 https://clojure.org/events/2024/clojure-conj Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2024/clojure-conj <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_clojureconj_2024"><a class="anchor" href="#_clojureconj_2024"></a>Clojure/Conj 2024</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p><a href="https://2024.clojure-conj.org/">Clojure/conj</a> is the oldest gathering of the Clojure community, and the next edition will be October 23-25, 2024, in Alexandria, VA, at the <a href="https://gwmemorial.org/">George Washington Masonic Memorial</a>. The Conj is a great place to learn about the most exciting developments in the Clojure ecosystem and talk to a wide range of Clojure users.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Oct 25th will be Community Day, and we will include the Clojure community via streaming and remote participation. We encourage local Clojure communities to plan a gathering on this day and look forward to finding ways to share this day with a global audience.</p> </div> </div> </div> IN/Clojure 2024 https://clojure.org/events/2024/in-clojure-2024--1062234288 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2024/in-clojure-2024--1062234288 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_inclojure_2024"><a class="anchor" href="#_inclojure_2024"></a>IN/Clojure 2024</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>IN/Clojure 2024 in Bangalore<br> <br> IN/Clojure is India&#8217;s annual Clojure and ClojureScript conference, and Asia&#8217;s first.<br> <br> Our focus: the free exchange of ideas between new and experienced Clojure programmers alike.<br> <br> The 5th edition of the conference will happen in Bengaluru. The conference will run for two days, of which the first day will have workshops and the second day will have talks.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/406493191" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/406493191</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Los Angeles Clojure Meetup: XTDB 2.0 https://clojure.org/events/2024/los-angeles-clojure-meetup-xtdb-2-0-386914032 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2024/los-angeles-clojure-meetup-xtdb-2-0-386914032 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_xtdb_2_0_part_2"><a class="anchor" href="#_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_xtdb_2_0_part_2"></a>Los Angeles Clojure Meetup: XTDB 2.0 (part 2)</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We will continue where we left off last month, collaboratively exploring XTDB 2.0, the upcoming new version of the popular open source document database.<br> As usual, we will start off the meetup discussing recent releases and developments of note in the Clojure ecosystem.<br> The meeting will be recorded.<br> We will continue with an online virtual meeting until further notice.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/419953871" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/419953871</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Sitefox framework https://clojure.org/events/2024/sitefox-framework--136396789 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2024/sitefox-framework--136396789 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_sitefox_framework_clojurescript_on_the_backen"><a class="anchor" href="#_sitefox_framework_clojurescript_on_the_backen"></a>Sitefox framework: ClojureScript on the backen&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Sitefox framework: ClojureScript on the backend (by Chris McCormick)<br> <br> THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Sitefox framework: ClojureScript on the backend<br> Speaker: Chris McCormick<br> Time: 2024-02-27 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: click here for local time<br> Chris McCormick (<a href="https://mccormick.cx" class="bare">https://mccormick.cx</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Sitefox framework: ClojureScript on the backend&quot;<br> You&#8217;ll learn a fast way to build web backends (and frontends) in 100% ClojureScript. Leveraging the Node.js ecosystem Sitefox aims to solve the same problems for ClojureScript as Django does for Python, and Ruby on Rails does for Ruby. Since 2021 I&#8217;ve been using it to build web apps for thousands of users with indie-scale resources, and I&#8217;d like to show you how you can too.<br> Chris is an independent programmer who has been building software for decades for clients, side projects, and open source. He started using ClojureScript in 2015 and hasn&#8217;t looked back. These days he is building full-stack web and SaaS apps on 100% cljs.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and in-person events:<br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> re:Clojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; StreamYard subscription<br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> <br> <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/407938736" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/407938736</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> The Design of Biff (by Jacob O&#8217;Bryant) https://clojure.org/events/2024/the-design-of-biff-by-jacob-o-bryant--1393979518 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2024/the-design-of-biff-by-jacob-o-bryant--1393979518 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_the_design_of_biff_by_jacob_obryant"><a class="anchor" href="#_the_design_of_biff_by_jacob_obryant"></a>The Design of Biff (by Jacob O&#8217;Bryant)</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: The Design of Biff<br> Speaker: Jacob O&#8217;Bryant<br> Time: 2024-03-05 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: click here for local time<br> Jacob O&#8217;Bryant (<a href="https://tfos.co" class="bare">https://tfos.co</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;The Design of Biff&quot;<br> We&#8217;ll take a behind-the-scenes tour of Biff, everyone&#8217;s favorite 4-letter Clojure web framework. Learn about the design tradeoffs and implementation details that help Biff to put solo developers first.<br> Jacob has been a full-time Clojurist since 2019, when he started living the dream as an entrepreneur. In 2023, after getting sick of living the dream, he joined Tyba, a startup in the renewable energy industry (they use Clojure btw). Jacob is also a musician, father of two, and connoisseur of fine dad jokes.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and in-person events:<br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> re:Clojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; StreamYard subscription<br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> <br> <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/407938760" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/407938760</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Portfolio: A &quot;visual REPL&quot; https://clojure.org/events/2023/portfolio-a-quot-visual-repl-quot-533245227 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/portfolio-a-quot-visual-repl-quot-533245227 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_portfolio_a_visual_repl_for_ui_co"><a class="anchor" href="#_portfolio_a_visual_repl_for_ui_co"></a>Portfolio: A &quot;visual REPL&quot; for UI Co&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Portfolio: A &quot;visual REPL&quot; for UI Component development<br> <br> <strong>THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT</strong><br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: <strong>Portfolio: A &quot;visual REPL&quot; for UI Component development</strong><br> Speaker: <strong>Christian Johansen</strong><br> Time: <strong>2023-04-18 @ 18:30 (London time)</strong><br> Local time: <a href="https://time.is/1830_18_April_2023_in_London/" class="bare">https://time.is/1830_18_April_2023_in_London/</a> (click here for local time)<br> Christian Johansen (<a href="https://github.com/cjohansen" class="bare">https://github.com/cjohansen</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Portfolio: A &quot;visual REPL&quot; for UI Component development&quot;<br> Christian will present Portfolio, a library inspired by devcards<br> and Storybook.JS for working with UI components. He will show you<br> what the tool can do and how to use it. He&#8217;ll also show examples<br> from his own work, including custom extensions for i18n, theming and more.<br> Christian works for the Norwegian consultancy Kodemaker.<br> He&#8217;s worked backends and frontends for web and mobile apps<br> since the early 2000s and picked up Clojure in 2013.He&#8217;s been<br> fortunate enough to do Clojure and ClojureScript full-time since 2017.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London<br> Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and<br> in-person events:<br> - ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> - re:Clojure: our <strong>free</strong> to attend annual community conference<br> - monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> - subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for<br> larger online meetups<br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> - <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> - <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> - <a href="https://freshcodeit.com/" class="bare">https://freshcodeit.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://nette.io/" class="bare">https://nette.io/</a><br> - <a href="https://nilenso.com/" class="bare">https://nilenso.com/</a><br> - And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/348200876" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/348200876</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Scicloj LLM meetup 1: Introduction https://clojure.org/events/2023/scicloj-llm-meetup-1-introduction-508920414 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/scicloj-llm-meetup-1-introduction-508920414 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_scicloj_llm_meetup_1_introduction_login_for"><a class="anchor" href="#_scicloj_llm_meetup_1_introduction_login_for"></a>Scicloj LLM meetup 1: Introduction (login for &#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Scicloj LLM meetup 1: Introduction (login for details)<br> <br> This coming Friday, we will have the first meetup in a new series exploring Large Language Models in Clojure.<br> <br> Agenda<br> In this meetup, Martynas M. will give an interview on the topic, introducing a few of the basic ideas behind LLMs and demonstrating some of the practices of prompt engineering.<br> <br> Joining<br> Please use the Going button at the top of this post to mark your participation.<br> You can also use the Add to Calendar to add the event to your calendar.<br> <br> Length<br> The official part will be 90 minutes long.<br> Sometimes some of us like to stay longer and chat.<br> <br> Video Call<br> Updated Zoom link: Launch Meeting - Zoom<br> <br> Recording<br> The meeting will be recorded and shared publicly.<br> Some parts will be unrecorded.<br> <br> Future meetings<br> <br> At a following meetup that will be announced soon, Žygimantas Medelis will present Bosquet &ndash; a Clojure LLMOps platform for Large Language Model based applications.<br> We are also planning a talk by Dimid Duchovny that will explore a little more of the architecture and ideas behind transformer-based models.<br> <br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/360360880" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/360360880</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Scicloj LLM meetup 3: Bosquet https://clojure.org/events/2023/scicloj-llm-meetup-3-bosquet--714408383 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/scicloj-llm-meetup-3-bosquet--714408383 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_scicloj_llm_meetup_3_bosquet_login_for_details"><a class="anchor" href="#_scicloj_llm_meetup_3_bosquet_login_for_details"></a>Scicloj LLM meetup 3: Bosquet (login for details)</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>This 3rd meetup in the LLM meetup series will focus on the Bosquet LLMOps tool.<br> <br> Agenda<br> Žygimantas Medelis will present Bosquet, dive in a bit into its internals (e.g., the use of Slemer and Pathom), and discuss future directions.<br> <br> Assumed background<br> Some familiarity with LLMs will be assumed (e.g., the content of the previous meetings in this series).<br> <br> Joining<br> Please use the Going button at the top of this post to mark your participation.<br> You can also use the Add to Calendar to add the event to your calendar.<br> <br> Time<br> Saturday June 17th 2pm UTC<br> <br> Length<br> The official part will be 90 minutes long.<br> Sometimes, some of us like to stay longer and chat.<br> <br> Video Call<br> Zoom link: Launch Meeting - Zoom<br> <br> Recording<br> The meeting will be recorded and shared publicly.<br> Some parts will be unrecorded.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/361277921" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/361277921</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Scicloj LLM meetup 5 https://clojure.org/events/2023/scicloj-llm-meetup-5--1661298771 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/scicloj-llm-meetup-5--1661298771 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_scicloj_llm_meetup_5_library_overviews_and_se"><a class="anchor" href="#_scicloj_llm_meetup_5_library_overviews_and_se"></a>Scicloj LLM meetup 5: Library overviews and se&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Scicloj LLM meetup 5: Library overviews and selected discussions<br> <br> The Clojure ecosystem around LLMs has been growing, with a few new libraries and other projects. Quite a lot of that activity is discussed at the #clojurellm channel on the Clojurians Slack. You can also see most of the relevant libraries listed on the Scicloj website.<br> While LLMs are not the current main focus of the Scicloj group, it has been organizing a meetups series to assist some of those explorations. It was done in collaboration with the wise friends at the #clojurellm channel, who&rsquo;ve kindly agreed to give talks and contribute to the discussions.<br> This event aims to explore a few of the current development directions in this field.<br> <br> Joining<br> Please Reply below and mention that you plan to attend. You can also inform me by a private message.<br> You can use the Add to Calendar button to add the event to your calendar.<br> <br> Contributing to the agenda<br> Please let us know if you wish to present a project or propose a discussion topic.<br> You can propose it either in a comment replying to this post or by mentioning @daslu on the #clojurellm Slack channel. Private messages are also welcome.<br> Further planning of the session will take place on Slack.<br> <br> Agenda (gradually updating)<br> <br> short project overviews by some of the library makers<br> selected discussions of topics proposed in advance<br> additional discussion<br> <br> <br> Assumed background<br> This session will not teach the basics of LLMs. We may assume some familiarity with the common notions, mainly regarding using LLMs and composing them with other software components.<br> You are encouraged to watch the recordings of previous meetups for some background.<br> Some familiarity with Clojure will be assumed, and maybe also some Python.<br> <br> Length<br> The official part will be 90 minutes long.<br> Sometimes, some of us like to stay longer and chat.<br> <br> Video Call<br> Zoom link: Launch Meeting - Zoom<br> <br> Recording<br> Some parts of this meeting will be recorded and shared publicly.<br> Some parts will not be recorded, to allow the conversation to flow freely.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/390540499" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/390540499</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Second Func Prog Sweden 2023 - Online https://clojure.org/events/2023/second-func-prog-sweden-2023-online--1448904534 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/second-func-prog-sweden-2023-online--1448904534 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_second_func_prog_sweden_2023_online"><a class="anchor" href="#_second_func_prog_sweden_2023_online"></a>Second Func Prog Sweden 2023 - Online</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Second Func Prog Sweden 2023 &ndash; Online<br> <br> Welcome to the second Func Prog Sweden MeetUp 2022 &ndash; Online<br> This MeetUp will be streamed live online on the Func Prog Sweden YouTube channel: <a href="https://www.youtube.com/c/FuncProgSweden" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/c/FuncProgSweden</a><br> The program starts at 18.<br> <br> Intro by Magnus Sedlacek<br> Gotta catch 'em all: Let&#8217;s do it with Tablecloth! by Mey Beisaron<br> TBA<br> <br> Gotta catch 'em all: Let&#8217;s do it with Tablecloth!<br> Have you ever wondered which Pok&eacute;mon shares your height and weight features? I&#8217;m guessing never.<br> In this talk I&rsquo;m going to show you how you can find the Pokemon that shares your features and see if you could win all Pokemon battles if you were this Pokemon.<br> Although I&rsquo;m sure that finding your matching Pokemon is an interesting thing to learn, what we will truly focus on is the magical Clojure library that I used to get this magic happen - Tablecloth!<br> Tablecloth is a Clojure library that we can use for performing queries on columnar datasets.<br> We will go through the main features this library offers, see code examples of using Tablecloth and compare these code examples with the same queries done in other ways in Clojure.<br> We will think together - which way is preferred for use in different use cases.<br> Join me on the journey of learning about Tablecloth and finding your matching Pokemon.<br> Even if you&rsquo;ve never thought about your matching Pokemon, aren&#8217;t you just a little bit curious?<br> Mey Beisaron<br> Mey is a Software Engineer, a Public speaker and a Mentor.<br> When she is not spending her weekends coding games or speaking at tech conferences, she experiments with algorithms or playing Super Mario Bros on the Nintendo Switch.<br> As she recently joined the Infrastructure forces at Forter, Clojure is not her main development language anymore, but it will forever be her favorite one.<br> Mey is a sworn Star Wars fan. May the force be with you.<br> Twitter: <a href="https://twitter.com/ladymeyy" class="bare">https://twitter.com/ladymeyy</a><br> LinkedIn: <a href="https://www.linkedin.com/in/ladymey/" class="bare">https://www.linkedin.com/in/ladymey/</a><br> Video sponsor &ndash; Ada Beat<br> <a href="https://adabeat.com" class="bare">https://adabeat.com</a><br> Merch<br> If you want to spread functional programming and support the channel, buy something from the shop:<br> <a href="https://funcprogsweden.myspreadshop.net/" class="bare">https://funcprogsweden.myspreadshop.net/</a><br> #funcprogsweden<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/340324544" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/340324544</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Software Development Leverage https://clojure.org/events/2023/software-development-leverage--2026816081 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/software-development-leverage--2026816081 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_software_development_leverage_by_tony_kay"><a class="anchor" href="#_software_development_leverage_by_tony_kay"></a>Software Development Leverage (by Tony Kay)</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p><strong>THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT</strong><br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: <strong>Software Development Leverage</strong><br> Speaker: <strong>Tony Kay</strong><br> Time: <strong>2023-05-02 @ 18:30 (London time)</strong><br> Local time: <a href="https://time.is/1830_02_May_2023_in_London/" class="bare">https://time.is/1830_02_May_2023_in_London/</a> (click here for local time)<br> Tony Kay (github.com/awkay) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Software Development Leverage&quot;<br> This talk is about Tony&#8217;s experiments and experiences around the issue<br> of efficient and sustainable software development that have led to<br> open source libraries such as Fulcro, Fulcro RAD, Guardrails, and<br> more. It briefly explores what led to his choice of Clojure and the<br> design decisions in his open-source work, and how those things have<br> evolved through success and failure.<br> Tony has been a professional software developer for more than 3<br> decades, with interests that have ranged from operating system<br> internals to language processing, and he has mainly worked with (or<br> co-owned) companies in the early phases of development. In the past<br> decade he has had an increased interest in how software development<br> succeeds or fails as a human endeavor. He spends a lot of his spare<br> time hiking in forested and alpine areas of the Pacific Northwest in<br> the United States, and has interests in perennial food systems, soil<br> science, and regenerative agriculture.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/c/LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/c/LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London<br> Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and<br> in-person events:<br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> re:Clojure: our <strong>free</strong> to attend annual community conference<br> - monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> - subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for<br> larger online meetups<br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> - <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> - <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> - <a href="https://freshcodeit.com/" class="bare">https://freshcodeit.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://nette.io/" class="bare">https://nette.io/</a><br> - <a href="https://nilenso.com/" class="bare">https://nilenso.com/</a><br> - And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/336471134" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/336471134</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Ten to the Ninth https://clojure.org/events/2023/ten-to-the-ninth--301762513 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/ten-to-the-ninth--301762513 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_ten_to_the_ninth_performance_techniques_in_je"><a class="anchor" href="#_ten_to_the_ninth_performance_techniques_in_je"></a>Ten to the Ninth: Performance Techniques in Je&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Ten to the Ninth: Performance Techniques in Jepsen (by Kyle Kingsbury)<br> <br> THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Ten to the Ninth: Performance Techniques in Jepsen<br> Speaker: Kyle Kingsbury<br> Time: 2023-10-17 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: click here for local time<br> Kyle Kingsbury (<a href="https://jepsen.io" class="bare">https://jepsen.io</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Ten to the Ninth: Performance Techniques in Jepsen&quot;<br> Jepsen is a Clojure library for testing distributed systems correctness. We&#8217;ll talk about how Jepsen records and analyzes histories of up to a billion operations with the help of a new file format, faster lazy and persistent data structures, memory-adaptive caching, associative folds, and thread-safe transactional executors. Come learn about some of the lesser-known corners of the JVM and how to write faster, more efficient programs.<br> Kyle Kingsbury, a.k.a &quot;Aphyr&quot;, is a computer safety researcher working as an independent consultant. He&#8217;s the author of the Riemann monitoring system, the Clojure from the Ground Up introduction to programming, and the Jepsen series on distributed systems correctness. He grills databases in the American Midwest.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and in-person events:<br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> re:Clojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for larger online meetups<br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> <br> <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/392095002" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/392095002</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> TMD 7.0 - Higher Performance Functional https://clojure.org/events/2023/tmd-7-0-higher-performance-functional-1396353474 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/tmd-7-0-higher-performance-functional-1396353474 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_tmd_7_0_higher_performance_functional_data_s"><a class="anchor" href="#_tmd_7_0_higher_performance_functional_data_s"></a>TMD 7.0 - Higher Performance Functional Data S&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>TMD 7.0 - Higher Performance Functional Data Science (by Chris Nuernberger)<br> <br> THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: TMD 7.0 - Higher Performance Functional Data Science<br> Speaker: Chris Nuernberger<br> Time: 2023-10-10 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: click here for local time<br> Chris Nuernberger (<a href="https://github.com/cnuernber" class="bare">https://github.com/cnuernber</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;TMD 7.0 - Higher Performance Functional Data Science&quot;<br> This talk is about the research and work done to move TMD, our data processing system, from version 6.0 to 7.0. It will then cover the upcoming technologies we are most interested and the vision for the future of functional data science in Clojure.<br> Chris has been programming in Clojure since 2009 and worked in Clojure since 2015. He is the primary author of the Clojure data analysis library tech.ml.dataset and libpython-clj. He is most interested in high performance computing and functional data analytics.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and in-person events:<br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> re:Clojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for larger online meetups<br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> <br> <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/391693689" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/391693689</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Visual-tools meeting 18 https://clojure.org/events/2023/visual-tools-meeting-18--116220624 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/visual-tools-meeting-18--116220624 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_visual_tools_meeting_18_various_updates"><a class="anchor" href="#_visual_tools_meeting_18_various_updates"></a>Visual-tools meeting 18 - various updates</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The visual tools group will have its 18th meeting on May 26th.<br> In this meeting, a few of our friends will share updates on their current projects. Please see the gradually updating agenda below, and please reach out to add your topics to the Agenda.<br> A few of the topics will be updates on ongoing projects, but we will encourage participants to make their presentations self-contained.<br> <br> Agenda<br> (gradually updating)<br> <br> <br> @daslu - updates about using Kindly - Clay - Quarto in documentation<br> &hellip; you?<br> <br> <br> Joining<br> Please use the Going button at the top of this post to mark your participation.<br> You can also use the Add to Calendar to add the event to your calendar.<br> <br> Length<br> The official part will be 90 minutes long.<br> Sometimes some of us like to stay longer and chat.<br> <br> Video Call<br> Updated Zoom link: Launch Meeting - Zoom<br> <br> Recording<br> The meeting will be recorded and shared publicly.<br> Some parts will be unrecorded.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/355028979" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/355028979</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Visual-tools meeting 20 https://clojure.org/events/2023/visual-tools-meeting-20--115347812 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/visual-tools-meeting-20--115347812 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_visual_tools_meeting_20_various_updates"><a class="anchor" href="#_visual_tools_meeting_20_various_updates"></a>Visual-tools meeting 20 - various updates</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The visual tools group will have its 20th meeting on Dec 1st.<br> In this meeting, a few of our friends will share updates on their current projects in the fields of tooling, literate programming, data visualization, and UI design. Please see the gradually updating agenda below, and please reach out to add your topics to the Agenda.<br> <br> Agenda<br> (gradually updating)<br> <br> <br> @joshcho will present MetaREPL, an embedded LLM REPL.<br> Phoenix will present a tool built with Electric, PixiJS and tech.ml.dataset for time-series analysis inspired by TradingView.<br> &hellip; you?<br> <br> <br> Joining<br> Please use the Going button at the top of this post to mark your participation.<br> You can also use the Add to Calendar to add the event to your calendar.<br> <br> Length<br> The official part will be 90 minutes long.<br> Sometimes, some of us like to stay longer and chat.<br> <br> Video Call<br> Updated Zoom link: Launch Meeting - Zoom<br> <br> Recording<br> The meeting will be recorded and shared publicly.<br> Some parts will be unrecorded.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/404246049" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/404246049</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Why you need Fulcro, the framework to https://clojure.org/events/2023/why-you-need-fulcro-the-framework-to-1619776496 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/why-you-need-fulcro-the-framework-to-1619776496 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_why_you_need_fulcro_the_framework_to_build_ap"><a class="anchor" href="#_why_you_need_fulcro_the_framework_to_build_ap"></a>Why you need Fulcro, the framework to build ap&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Why you need Fulcro, the framework to build apps better, faster (by Jakub Hol&yacute;)<br> <br> THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Why you need Fulcro, the web framework to build apps better, faster<br> Speaker: Jakub Hol&yacute;<br> Time: 2023-07-11 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: <a href="https://time.is/1830_11_July_2023_in_London/" class="bare">https://time.is/1830_11_July_2023_in_London/</a> (click here for local time)<br> Jakub Hol&yacute; (<a href="https://holyjak.cz/" class="bare">https://holyjak.cz/</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Why you need Fulcro, the web framework to build apps better, faster&quot;<br> Fulcro (<a href="https://github.com/fulcrologic/fulcro" class="bare">https://github.com/fulcrologic/fulcro</a>) is my web framework of<br> choice whenever I need to create any non-trivial web application<br> thanks to its productivity. Its overarching design goal is sustainable<br> development speed as time goes and code grows and it really shows<br> up. It is developer friendly, with minimal boilerplate, and features<br> you need for any serious application. And it is surprisingly<br> flexible. Fulcro is based on a few simple ideas that combine<br> powerfully to produce a multitude of capabilities, including its Rapid<br> Application Development &quot;add-on&quot;. Some people find Fulcro complicated<br> and scary - but it doesn&#8217;t need to be. Stop choosing &quot;simpler&quot; web<br> frameworks - and ending up implementing half of Fulcro with much more<br> effort and verbosity and much less value. I will present the<br> minimalist way of learning Fulcro with its three corner stones and<br> explain Fulcro&#8217;s building blocks. After this talk, you will understand<br> the design and value of Fulcro, be motivated to learn it, and equipped<br> to do so quickly.<br> Jakub has been developing enterprise software since 2005, fell in love<br> with Clojure in 2012, and with Fulcro in 2020. He cares deeply about<br> productivity (and thus Clojure, DevOps, and Fulcro) and quality and<br> enjoys sharing his discoveries and thoughts on his blog. Aside of his<br> daily job, he also mentors and pair-programs with Fulcro beginners. He<br> comes from the Czech Republic and lives currently in Norway.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London<br> Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and<br> in-person events:<br> - ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> - re:Clojure: our <strong>free</strong> to attend annual community conference<br> - monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> - subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for<br> larger online meetups<br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> - <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> - <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> - <a href="https://freshcodeit.com/" class="bare">https://freshcodeit.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://nette.io/" class="bare">https://nette.io/</a><br> - <a href="https://nilenso.com/" class="bare">https://nilenso.com/</a><br> - And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/358742727" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/358742727</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Applying past software architecture and https://clojure.org/events/2024/applying-past-software-architecture-and--2007491552 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2024/applying-past-software-architecture-and--2007491552 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_applying_past_software_architecture_and_design"><a class="anchor" href="#_applying_past_software_architecture_and_design"></a>Applying past software architecture and design</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Welcome to the first Func Prog Sweden MeetUp 2024 &ndash; Online<br> This MeetUp will be streamed live online on the Func Prog Sweden YouTube channel: <a href="https://www.youtube.com/c/FuncProgSweden" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/c/FuncProgSweden</a><br> The program starts at 18.<br> <br> Intro by Magnus Sedlacek<br> Functional Design: Applying past software architecture and design to our Clojure programs by Janet Carr<br> <br> Functional Design: Applying past software architecture and design<br> Functional Design covers software design in functional programming with Clojure. Starting with functional programming basics, I&#8217;ll demonstrate how to build some of the common functional programming abstractions like reducers, and how to think of functional programming abstractions by borrowing concepts from past software design principles.<br> Janet Carr<br> Independent Clojure consultant<br> <a href="https://janetacarr.com/" class="bare">https://janetacarr.com/</a><br> <a href="https://twitter.com/janetacarr" class="bare">https://twitter.com/janetacarr</a><br> Video sponsor &ndash; Ada Beat<br> <a href="https://adabeat.com" class="bare">https://adabeat.com</a><br> Merch<br> If you want to spread functional programming and support the channel, buy something from the shop:<br> <a href="https://funcprogsweden.myspreadshop.net/" class="bare">https://funcprogsweden.myspreadshop.net/</a><br> #funcprogsweden<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/412318401" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/412318401</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Bringing Real-Time AI to Phone Calls https://clojure.org/events/2024/bringing-real-time-ai-to-phone-calls--197011851 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2024/bringing-real-time-ai-to-phone-calls--197011851 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_bringing_real_time_ai_to_phone_calls_using_cor"><a class="anchor" href="#_bringing_real_time_ai_to_phone_calls_using_cor"></a>Bringing Real-Time AI to Phone Calls using cor&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Bringing Real-Time AI to Phone Calls using core.async (by Ovi Stoica)<br> <br> THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Bringing Real-Time AI to Phone Calls using core.async<br> Speaker: Ovi Stoica<br> Time: 2024-03-19 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: click here for local time<br> Ovi Stoica (<a href="https://www.ovistoica.com/" class="bare">https://www.ovistoica.com/</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Bringing Real-Time AI to Phone Calls using core.async&quot;<br> How to bring AI to real-time telephony using Twilio, OpenAI &amp; clojure core.async. The talk will include details about assembling the pipeline, handling audio, and using u/log to find bottlenecks in the pipeline.<br> Ovi works for 3E, a company building renewable software in the renewable energy space. He has been working with Clojure for the last 3 years mostly building APIs and Web interfaces. He is passionate about AI, functional programming and bringing clojure to the startup space<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and in-person events:<br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> re:Clojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; StreamYard subscription<br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> <br> <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/412521148" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/412521148</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Desktop GUI Made Easy https://clojure.org/events/2024/desktop-gui-made-easy-1910123125 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2024/desktop-gui-made-easy-1910123125 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_desktop_gui_made_easy_by_nikita_prokopov"><a class="anchor" href="#_desktop_gui_made_easy_by_nikita_prokopov"></a>Desktop GUI Made Easy (by Nikita Prokopov)</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Desktop GUI Made Easy<br> Speaker: Nikita Prokopov<br> Time: 2024-01-16 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: click here for local time<br> Nikita Prokopov (<a href="https://tonsky.me/" class="bare">https://tonsky.me/</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Desktop GUI Made Easy&quot;<br> Introduction into Humble UI, new JVM Clojure library for desktop GUI application. Why is it needed, how is it implemented, how deep is the rabbit hole, who could it be useful to, what can you build in it?<br> Nikita has been programming in Clojure, Java, Python, Erlang for 18 years, been interested in UI/UX design for about the same amount of time, and created a few notable projects, including DataScript, Rum, Fira Code and now Humble UI.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and in-person events:<br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> re:Clojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; StreamYard subscription<br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> <br> <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/404435087" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/404435087</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Los Angeles Clojure Meetup: XTDB 2.0 https://clojure.org/events/2024/los-angeles-clojure-meetup-xtdb-2-0-2106037519 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2024/los-angeles-clojure-meetup-xtdb-2-0-2106037519 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_xtdb_2_0"><a class="anchor" href="#_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_xtdb_2_0"></a>Los Angeles Clojure Meetup: XTDB 2.0</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We will collaboratively explore XTDB 2.0, the upcoming new version of the popular open source document database.<br> As usual, we will start off the meetup discussing recent releases and developments of note in the Clojure ecosystem.<br> The meeting will be recorded.<br> We will continue with an online virtual meeting until further notice.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/411462534" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/411462534</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Reifying execution, the interactive https://clojure.org/events/2024/reifying-execution-the-interactive-788021056 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2024/reifying-execution-the-interactive-788021056 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_reifying_execution_the_interactive_programmin"><a class="anchor" href="#_reifying_execution_the_interactive_programmin"></a>Reifying execution, the interactive programmin&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Reifying execution, the interactive programming missing piece (by Juan Monetta)<br> <br> THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Reifying execution, the interactive programming missing piece<br> Speaker: Juan Monetta<br> Time: 2024-01-09 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: click here for local time<br> Juan Monetta (<a href="https://github.com/jpmonettas/" class="bare">https://github.com/jpmonettas/</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Reifying execution, the interactive programming missing piece&quot;<br> This is a talk about recording Clojure programs executions, and how this recordings can be leveraged, specially in the context of interactive programming. From making sense of complex systems to debugging, from test coverage, to approximate types extraction, we will explore some instrumentation techniques, and demo a bunch of tools built for recording and visualizing programs executions.<br> Juan has been working as a programmer since late 90s, and working professionally as a Clojure developer since 2011 over many domains. He has a passion for dev tooling and anything that makes writing software more fun.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and in-person events:<br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> re:Clojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; StreamYard subscription<br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> <br> <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/404434830" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/404434830</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Streamlining state management in https://clojure.org/events/2024/streamlining-state-management-in--1311727846 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2024/streamlining-state-management-in--1311727846 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_streamlining_state_management_in_clojuredart_w"><a class="anchor" href="#_streamlining_state_management_in_clojuredart_w"></a>Streamlining state management in ClojureDart w&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Streamlining state management in ClojureDart with re-dash (by Werner Kok)<br> <br> THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: 🎶 Dashing through the flow.. 🎶 - Streamlining state management in ClojureDart with re-dash<br> Speaker: Werner Kok<br> Time: 2024-02-06 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: click here for local time<br> Werner Kok (<a href="https://github.com/wkok" class="bare">https://github.com/wkok</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;🎶 Dashing through the flow.. 🎶 - Streamlining state management in ClojureDart with re-dash&quot;<br> Dealing with mutable frontend state in a non-trivial app is tricky, but fortunately, as Clojurists, we have battle-tested solutions. One of the more popular options in ClojureScript is re-frame - a well thought through &amp; documented data loop, helping us manage state in a controlled way - derived data, flowing. re-dash is to ClojureDart what re-frame is to ClojureScript - a reactive state manager for Flutter&#8217;s UI that uses events to update and subscriptions to react to changes. We&#8217;ll look at the 6 dominoes of this data loop falling, each triggering the next, from when an event gets triggered until the Flutter widget gets rebuilt. We might even throw in some side effects for fun.<br> Werner has worked for Hospitality Technology International (HTI) since 2001, dedicating the majority of his professional career to developing hotel booking systems with Java. In the last five years, he shifted his focus to Clojure, during which he spent a two-year stint at JUXT between his tenures at HTI<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and in-person events:<br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> re:Clojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; StreamYard subscription<br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> <br> <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/407938705" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/407938705</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Visual-tools meeting 21 https://clojure.org/events/2024/visual-tools-meeting-21-1420055814 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2024/visual-tools-meeting-21-1420055814 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_visual_tools_meeting_21_studying_ggplot"><a class="anchor" href="#_visual_tools_meeting_21_studying_ggplot"></a>Visual-tools meeting 21 - studying ggplot</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The visual tools group will have its 21st meeting on Feb 25th.<br> Agenda<br> In this meeting, we will learn about ggplot2, a grammar-of-graphics data visualization package of the R language.<br> <br> We will explore parts of the ggplot2 book by Hadley Wickham, Danielle Navarro, and Thomas Lin Pedersen.<br> If time permits, we will practice using ggplot2 from Clojure through ClojisR.<br> <br> Suggested background<br> To prepare for the meeting, it is recommended to:<br> <br> have R installed in your environment<br> try some code examples from Section 1 of R for Data Science (2e)<br> familiarize with R using Sections 2 &amp; 3 of R for Data Science<br> <br> Joining<br> Please write to @daslu if you wish to participate. We need to know a bit about your background and expectations to prepare the session well.<br> You can also use the Add to Calendar to add the event to your calendar.<br> Length<br> The official part will be 90 minutes long.<br> Sometimes, some of us like to stay longer and chat.<br> Video Call<br> Zoom link: Launch Meeting - Zoom<br> Recording<br> Possibly, we will share a recording of parts of the meeting. This has not been decided yet.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/422508967" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/422508967</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> 2023-04-06 Clojure Transducers https://clojure.org/events/2023/2023-04-06-clojure-transducers--1304409153 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/2023-04-06-clojure-transducers--1304409153 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_2023_04_06_clojure_transducers_sequence_processing_on"><a class="anchor" href="#_2023_04_06_clojure_transducers_sequence_processing_on"></a>2023-04-06 Clojure Transducers: Sequence Processing on &#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure Transducers: Sequence Processing on Steroids<br> <br> Speaker: Mayank Prakash<br> Topic: Clojure Transducers: Sequence Processing on Steroids<br> Transducers in Clojure harness the power of higher-order functions to implement separation of concerns in sequence processing. They allow the same standard sequence processing functions like map, filter, take, partition, etc. to work with any source of sequential data, whether in-memory data structures, event streams, core.async channels, queues, etc. and to produce output in any of these formats. Additionally, as a side effect, they also allow us to eliminate intermediate data structures when chaining multiple operations.<br> In this talk, we will introduce the concept using a step-by-step approach to explain transducers, and show how we can leverage them in our own code.<br> Agenda:<br> 6:30 Pre-presentation hellos<br> 6:45 Presentation, Q&amp;A<br> 7:45 Post-presentation discussions, breakouts as warranted<br> About our Speaker:<br> Mayank Prakash is an Application Architect and a software veteran of more than 4 decades. His first introduction to Lisp was in the early 80&#8217;s and he was floored by the power and flexibility of the language. Since then he has dabbled in multiple Lisp dialects, including Interlisp, Common Lisp, Elisp, Scheme, and most recently, Clojure. Clojure in particular has become his first choice for functional programming.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/342261008" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/342261008</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Atomic Architecture https://clojure.org/events/2023/atomic-architecture--459980032 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/atomic-architecture--459980032 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_atomic_architecture"><a class="anchor" href="#_atomic_architecture"></a>Atomic Architecture</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Atomic Architecture — An Architectural Vision for Better Information Systems<br> <br> As part of our drive to design better data systems for our customers, we’ve identified 7 architectural principles that yield exceptional results.<br> <br> In this webinar, JUXT CTO &amp; co-founder — Malcolm Sparks — will explain the principles behind Atomic Architecture, an architectural blueprint for building reliable information systems.<br> <br> Malcolm will argue that current trends in software architecture create unnecessary complexity, delivering poor outcomes for users.<br> <br> Atomic Architecture incorporates key ideas and principles from Functional Programming, Domain Driven Design, Event Driven Architecture, Data Mesh and more — to let data take back its central place at the heart of a distributed information system.<br> <br> A system that is built with the principles of Atomic Architecture has a number of benefits, across the entire data set:<br> * A single source of truth<br> * Full auditability with historical versioning: who did what? what happened when? <br> * Secure object-level access control<br> <br> Key takeaways from this session:<br> 1. In practical terms, learn how to design a system that&#8217;s compliant with Atomic Architecture<br> 2. Discover available tools and technologies<br> 3. See how to integrate Atomic Architecture into existing software infrastructure<br> <br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/392335860" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/392335860</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Bitemporality Demystified https://clojure.org/events/2023/bitemporality-and-the-art-of--280001735 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/bitemporality-and-the-art-of--280001735 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_bitemporality_and_the_art_of_maintaining_accurate_databases"><a class="anchor" href="#_bitemporality_and_the_art_of_maintaining_accurate_databases"></a>Bitemporality and the Art of Maintaining Accurate Databases</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Bitemporality and the Art of Maintaining Accurate Databases<br> <br> Bitemporality and the Art of Maintaining Accurate Databases.<br> How often have you had to add a <code>modified_at</code> or <code>effective_from</code> column to a database table? <br> Have you ever had to keep old versions of data around and make it visible to end users?<br> <br> Time is a fundamental aspect of data modeling — and yet application developers are frequently reduced to rolling their own half-baked ‘bitemporal’ SQL schemas on top of popular database systems. <br> <br> This ad hoc approach to handling time has been the status quo for decades, but it&#8217;s a complicated, risky business — and new systems can do better.<br> <br> Bitemporal modeling equips developers with a rigorous abstraction for working with immutable data and versioned records.<br> <br> Join this webinar to discover the most common use cases for bitemporal modeling, and learn how it impacts the design and maintenance of applications.<br> <br> Key takeaways:<br> <br> * Familiarize yourself with the SQL:2011 standard temporal features<br> * Understand the landscape of existing approaches and tools for implementing bitemporality to ensure successful projects <br> * Discover how you can visualize your own bitemporal data using an open source interactive tool<br> <br> At the end of the session, after Q&amp;A, our speakers will share a quick demo of XTDB: a modern database that incorporates a bitemporal index at its core. <br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/381459265" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/381459265</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Blambda! The sound of Babashka and https://clojure.org/events/2023/blambda-the-sound-of-babashka-and-578568912 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/blambda-the-sound-of-babashka-and-578568912 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_blambda_the_sound_of_babashka_and_lambda_coll"><a class="anchor" href="#_blambda_the_sound_of_babashka_and_lambda_coll"></a>Blambda! The sound of Babashka and Lambda coll&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Blambda! The sound of Babashka and Lambda colliding.<br> <br> <br> The presentations will be streamed via <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfgYon96dsE" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfgYon96dsE</a><br> <br> Join us for pizza and drinks (non-alcoholic and alcoholic) and two talks for the price of none!<br> Please note: Spaces are quite limited + we will be buying food and drinks. Please, please, make sure to only RSVP yes if you are sure you are coming. If your plans change, update your response as well!<br> Give me Interactive Programming or give me Death - Peter Str&ouml;mberg<br> Peter strolls down memory lane piecing together his answer to the question &ldquo;what makes work fun?&rdquo; He visits himself with his first computer, a Commodore VIC 20, and recalls his years programming PostScript printers. When, much later in life, he meets the Clojure REPL it feels like love at first sight! But is it actually first sight, or is it a reunion with his teenage sweetheart?<br> Blambda! The sound of Babashka and Lambda colliding - Josh Glover<br> &ldquo;Clojure on AWS Lambda, how hard could it be?&rdquo; The answer to these famous last words turns out to be, &ldquo;not so hard, actually.&rdquo; So perhaps the better question is this: &ldquo;Clojure on AWS Lambda without slow deployments, long coldstarts, gross tools like Docker and NPM, and a feedback loop that makes you want to give up and go back to C; how hard could it be?&rdquo; Now that sounds like a fun question for Josh to answer in this talk!<br> The venue:<br> Thanks to Agical for hosting us!<br> Agical helps businesses keep the fun in software development. Amongst us we count programmers, user experience designers, and leadership experts. Sometimes all of it in the same consultants.<br> The food and drink:<br> Thanks to Pitch for providing sustenance!<br> Pitch is the collaborative presentation platform for modern teams. Founded in 2018 by the team behind Wunderlist, thousands of teams use Pitch to create and deliver beautiful presentations together.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/328949818" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/328949818</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Clojure-Asia (03/23) - Generating music https://clojure.org/events/2023/clojure-asia-03-23-generating-music-552618534 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/clojure-asia-03-23-generating-music-552618534 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_clojure_asia_0323_generating_music"><a class="anchor" href="#_clojure_asia_0323_generating_music"></a>Clojure-Asia (03/23) - Generating music</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure-Asia (03/23) Online Meetup - Generating music<br> <br> Hello my fellow Clojurians! We will be having our Clojure-Asia Online Meetup for the month of March! <br> @camdez (Cameron Desautels) will be giving a talk involving MIDI hardware, and creating software instruments and generating music which he then plays through a DAW (Ableton, to be specific).<br> Sessions are typically such that the talk will be followed by QnA/discussion. Hope to see you there! <br> Meeting Details:<br> Date: 18th March 2023 (Saturday)<br> Time: 1330-1500 SGT (0530-0700 UTC)<br> Location: Jitsi (Easy to setup open source video conferencing) (will email the link in time)<br> Please fill up the form here: <a href="https://forms.gle/4LFfb4UzJH74kaBAA" class="bare">https://forms.gle/4LFfb4UzJH74kaBAA</a><br> <br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/341263590" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/341263590</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Clojure-Asia May 2023; Goose - Akstat https://clojure.org/events/2023/clojure-asia-may-2023-goose-akstat-1839476913 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/clojure-asia-may-2023-goose-akstat-1839476913 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_clojure_asia_may_2023_goose_akstat"><a class="anchor" href="#_clojure_asia_may_2023_goose_akstat"></a>Clojure-Asia May 2023; Goose - Akstat</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Next-level Background Processing (Goose) - Akshat<br> <br> #clojure-asia May 2023 Meetup<br> <br> Date: 27th May 2023 (Saturday)<br> Time: 1330-1500 SGT (0530-0700 UTC)<br> <br> Akshat will be giving a talk titled: Next-level Background Processing<br> <br> Abstract:<br> <br> Conventional background processing libraries have failed to keep up with the demands of distributed systems in 2023. This talk will explore the key features that modern web developers require from an asynchronous system: Reliability, Scalability, Pluggability, and Extensibility.<br> <br> Furthermore, we&#8217;ll talk about the journey of building Goose, a versatile background processing library for Clojure designed with next-level features like pluggable message brokers. Goose serves as specimen for open-source libraries, as it exemplifies community-collaboration, thorough documentation, and built-in reliability.<br> <br> Please fill up the signup form :)<br> <a href="https://forms.gle/1Wpa3xcXvsQMD1C6A" class="bare">https://forms.gle/1Wpa3xcXvsQMD1C6A</a><br> <br> Zachary (zackteo)<br> <br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/359694126" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/359694126</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Clojure/Conj 2023 https://clojure.org/events/2023/clojure-conj-2023--1880831835 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/clojure-conj-2023--1880831835 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_clojureconj_2023"><a class="anchor" href="#_clojureconj_2023"></a>Clojure/Conj 2023</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure/conj 2023 welcomes you back to Durham, after its discontinuation following the COVID-19 pandemic. This 11th edition will be a two-day program, with an in-person audience of over 400 people and streaming access. Founded in 2010, the conference is a great place to meet worldwide Clojure developers and enthusiasts, and learn about what is happening in the language, the community, and in companies using Clojure.<br> <br> WHAT TO EXPECT:<br> <br> Two days of cutting-edge Clojure, ClojureScript and functional programming talks<br> Over 400 Clojure developers from around the world<br> Conference Swag and sponsor tables<br> Networking for information, sales and employment<br> All-day beverages and snacks<br> Livestreaming and edited conference video publishing<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/316934527" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/316934527</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Clojure Goes Brrr https://clojure.org/events/2023/clojure-goes-brrr--2085299370 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/clojure-goes-brrr--2085299370 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_clojure_goes_brrr_a_quest_for_performanc"><a class="anchor" href="#_clojure_goes_brrr_a_quest_for_performanc"></a>Clojure Goes Brrr: a quest for performanc&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure Goes Brrr:&nbsp;a quest for performance (by Oleksandr Yakushev)<br> <br> <strong>THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT</strong><br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: <strong>Clojure Goes Brrr: a quest for performance</strong><br> Speaker: <strong>Oleksandr Yakushev</strong><br> Time: <strong>2023-05-30 @ 18:30 (London time)</strong><br> Local time: <a href="https://time.is/1830_30_May_2023_in_London/" class="bare">https://time.is/1830_30_May_2023_in_London/</a> (click here for local time)<br> Oleksandr Yakushev (<a href="https://twitter.com/unlog1c" class="bare">https://twitter.com/unlog1c</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Clojure Goes Brrr: a quest for performance&quot;<br> Oleksandr will do a live demo of using the tools from<br> Clojure Goes Fast umbrella to tackle a life-like programming task. He<br> will show how these tools interoperate and complement each other, and<br> how to integrate them into your regular development workflow.<br> Oleksandr has been involved in the Clojure community since 2012. He<br> has spent seven years at Grammarly using Clojure full-time for<br> NLP-related performance-critical tasks. For the last year, Oleksandr<br> has been serving in Armed Forces of Ukraine.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London<br> Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and<br> in-person events:<br> - ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> - re:Clojure: our <strong>free</strong> to attend annual community conference<br> - monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> - subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for<br> larger online meetups<br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> - <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> - <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> - <a href="https://freshcodeit.com/" class="bare">https://freshcodeit.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://nette.io/" class="bare">https://nette.io/</a><br> - <a href="https://nilenso.com/" class="bare">https://nilenso.com/</a><br> - And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/358743327" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/358743327</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Electric Clojure https://clojure.org/events/2023/electric-clojure--1316978772 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/electric-clojure--1316978772 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_electric_clojure_compiler_managed_data"><a class="anchor" href="#_electric_clojure_compiler_managed_data"></a>Electric Clojure &mdash; compiler managed data&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Electric Clojure &mdash; compiler managed datasync for rich web apps<br> <br> THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Electric Clojure &mdash; compiler managed datasync for rich web apps<br> Speaker: Dustin Getz<br> Time: 2023-07-25 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: <a href="https://time.is/1830_25_July_2023_in_London/" class="bare">https://time.is/1830_25_July_2023_in_London/</a> (click here for local time)<br> Dustin Getz (<a href="https://twitter.com/dustingetz" class="bare">https://twitter.com/dustingetz</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Electric Clojure &mdash; compiler managed datasync for rich web apps&quot;<br> Electric Clojure is a reactive DSL for full-stack web development, with compiler-managed frontend/backend network sync. Electric&#8217;s mission is to bring the next-generation of rich application interfaces within reach, by abstracting over client/server network plumbing in web applications by building it directly into the language/runtime, like how the JVM does with managed memory.<br> Dustin will be presenting an overview of Electric, including everything you need to know to get started. He will also walk through the tutorial and explain all the tricky bits. Please watch the 10 minute lightning talk before this presentation and feel free to DM him questions ahead of time on slack @ Dustin Getz.<br> This will be an interactive talk, please turn your cameras on and interrupt with questions!<br> <a href="https://github.com/hyperfiddle/electric" class="bare">https://github.com/hyperfiddle/electric</a><br> <a href="https://electric.hyperfiddle.net/" class="bare">https://electric.hyperfiddle.net/</a><br> <a href="https://hyperfiddle.notion.site/UIs-are-streaming-DAGs-e181461681a8452bb9c7a9f10f507991" class="bare">https://hyperfiddle.notion.site/UIs-are-streaming-DAGs-e181461681a8452bb9c7a9f10f507991</a><br> Dustin is the founder @ Hyperfiddle, where he has been working on this problem for a long time.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London<br> Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and<br> in-person events:<br> - ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> - re:Clojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> - monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> - subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for<br> larger online meetups<br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> - <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> - <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> - <a href="https://freshcodeit.com/" class="bare">https://freshcodeit.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://nette.io/" class="bare">https://nette.io/</a><br> - <a href="https://nilenso.com/" class="bare">https://nilenso.com/</a><br> - And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/374597466" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/374597466</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Java Interop Performance https://clojure.org/events/2023/java-interop-performance--1317281774 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/java-interop-performance--1317281774 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_java_interop_performance_by_alex_miller"><a class="anchor" href="#_java_interop_performance_by_alex_miller"></a>Java Interop Performance (by Alex Miller)</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Java Interop Performance<br> Speaker: Alex Miller<br> Time: 2023-08-08 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: <a href="https://time.is/1830_08_August_2023_in_London/" class="bare">https://time.is/1830_08_August_2023_in_London/</a> (click here for local time)<br> Alex Miller ( <a href="https://insideclojure.org" class="bare">https://insideclojure.org</a> ) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Java Interop Performance&quot;<br> Java interop is a common area of Clojure performance issues. In this<br> talk we&#8217;ll look at the two most important issues - reflection and<br> boxed math. You will learn how to detect these problems (and develop<br> an intuition for when they will happen), and how to fix them with type<br> hints.<br> Alex Miller is part of the Clojure core team working at Nubank and<br> coauthor of Programming Clojure and Clojure Applied. He is also the<br> creator of the Strange Loop, Clojure/west, and Lambda Jam conferences<br> and one of the organizers of the Clojure/conj conference.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London<br> Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and<br> in-person events:<br> - ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> - re:Clojure: our <strong>free</strong> to attend annual community conference<br> - monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> - subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for<br> larger online meetups<br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> - <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> - <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> - <a href="https://freshcodeit.com/" class="bare">https://freshcodeit.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://nette.io/" class="bare">https://nette.io/</a><br> - <a href="https://nilenso.com/" class="bare">https://nilenso.com/</a><br> - And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/369141902" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/369141902</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Lisp curse vs Lisp envy https://clojure.org/events/2023/lisp-curse-vs-lisp-envy-999084269 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/lisp-curse-vs-lisp-envy-999084269 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_lisp_curse_vs_lisp_envy_by_mauricio_szabo"><a class="anchor" href="#_lisp_curse_vs_lisp_envy_by_mauricio_szabo"></a>Lisp curse vs Lisp envy (by Mauricio Szabo)</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p><strong>THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT</strong><br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Lisp curse vs Lisp envy<br> Speaker: Mauricio Szabo<br> Time: 2023-01-10 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: <a href="https://time.is/1830_10_Jan_2023_in_London/" class="bare">https://time.is/1830_10_Jan_2023_in_London/</a> (click here for local time)<br> Mauricio Szabo (<a href="https://github.com/mauricioszabo/" class="bare">https://github.com/mauricioszabo/</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Lisp curse vs Lisp envy&quot;<br> We sometimes say &quot;this doesn&#8217;t exist in Clojure because of the Lisp<br> Curse&quot;, or blame it for some other lack of &quot;mature libraries&quot;. In this<br> talk, we will revisit the idea of what the &quot;curse&quot; is, and what<br> other &quot;curses&quot; we have on other communities, to conclude if what we<br> have is a &quot;bug&quot; or a &quot;feature&quot;.<br> Mauricio is a Clojure and ClojureScript developer, author of Chlorine,<br> Clover, Spock some other libraries; He calls himself a &quot;test-freak&quot;,<br> he like motorcycles and windsurf, and a lot of other random things<br> too.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel: <a href="https://www.youtube.com/c/LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/c/LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London<br> Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and<br> in-person events:<br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> re:Clojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> - monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> - subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for<br> larger online meetups<br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> - <a href="https://www.juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://www.juxt.pro/</a><br> - <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> - And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/312008988" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/312008988</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Load testing stateful applications in https://clojure.org/events/2023/load-testing-stateful-applications-in--378918456 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/load-testing-stateful-applications-in--378918456 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_load_testing_stateful_applications_in_clojure"><a class="anchor" href="#_load_testing_stateful_applications_in_clojure"></a>Load testing stateful applications in Clojure &#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Load testing stateful applications in Clojure (by Markus Hjort)<br> <br> London Clojurians Talk: Load testing stateful applications in Clojure (by Markus Hjort)<br> ---<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/358743015" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/358743015</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Los Angeles Clojure Meetup https://clojure.org/events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup--2002024509 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup--2002024509 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_libpython_clj"><a class="anchor" href="#_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_libpython_clj"></a>Los Angeles Clojure Meetup: libpython-clj</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We will collaboratively explore libpython-clj, the interoperability layer between Clojure and Python.<br> As usual, we will start off the meetup discussing recent releases and developments of note in the Clojure ecosystem.<br> The meeting will be recorded.<br> We will continue with an online virtual meeting until further notice.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/319870967" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/319870967</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Los Angeles Clojure Meetup https://clojure.org/events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup--385373859 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup--385373859 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_electric_biff"><a class="anchor" href="#_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_electric_biff"></a>Los Angeles Clojure Meetup: Electric + Biff</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We will continue exploring Electric Clojure, this time integrating it with Biff, the batteries-included web framework.<br> As usual, we will start off the meetup discussing recent releases and developments of note in the Clojure ecosystem.<br> The meeting will be recorded.<br> We will continue with an online virtual meeting until further notice.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/406392005" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/406392005</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Los Angeles Clojure Meetup https://clojure.org/events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup-2039073082 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup-2039073082 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_electric_clojure_2"><a class="anchor" href="#_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_electric_clojure_2"></a>Los Angeles Clojure Meetup: Electric Clojure 2</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We will continue collaboratively exploring Electric Clojure &ndash; a reactive DSL for full-stack web development, with compiler-managed frontend/backend network sync.<br> As usual, we will start off the meetup discussing recent releases and developments of note in the Clojure ecosystem.<br> The meeting will be recorded.<br> We will continue with an online virtual meeting until further notice.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/389328816" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/389328816</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Los Angeles Clojure Meetup: Cues https://clojure.org/events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup-cues-401574839 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup-cues-401574839 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_cues"><a class="anchor" href="#_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_cues"></a>Los Angeles Clojure Meetup: Cues</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We will collaboratively explore Cues, which provides low-latency persistent blocking queues, processors, and graphs via Chronicle Queue.<br> As usual, we will start off the meetup discussing recent releases and developments of note in the Clojure ecosystem.<br> The meeting will be recorded.<br> We will continue with an online virtual meeting until further notice.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/363811852" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/363811852</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Los Angeles Clojure Meetup: WebMX https://clojure.org/events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup-webmx--1287690501 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup-webmx--1287690501 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_webmx"><a class="anchor" href="#_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_webmx"></a>Los Angeles Clojure Meetup: WebMX</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We will collaboratively explore Web MX - ClojureScript Web programming powered by the Matrix state manager.<br> As usual, we will start off the meetup discussing recent releases and developments of note in the Clojure ecosystem.<br> The meeting will be recorded.<br> We will continue with an online virtual meeting until further notice.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/348291292" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/348291292</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Model-driven systems with zen-lang https://clojure.org/events/2023/model-driven-systems-with-zen-lang-1714516383 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/model-driven-systems-with-zen-lang-1714516383 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_model_driven_systems_with_zen_lang_by_nikolai"><a class="anchor" href="#_model_driven_systems_with_zen_lang_by_nikolai"></a>Model-driven systems with zen-lang (by Nikolai&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Model-driven systems with zen-lang (by Nikolai Ryzhikov)<br> <br> THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Model-driven systems with zen-lang<br> Speaker: Nikolai Ryzhikov<br> Time: 2023-02-21 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: <a href="https://time.is/1830_21_Feb_2023_in_London/" class="bare">https://time.is/1830_21_Feb_2023_in_London/</a> (click here for local time)<br> Nikolai Ryzhikov (<a href="https://twitter.com/niquola" class="bare">https://twitter.com/niquola</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Model-driven systems with zen-lang&quot;<br> We all use a lot of fantastic data-based DSLs in Clojure. What if we<br> describe the whole system as a composable meta-data with zen-lang<br> (<a href="https://github.com/zen-lang/zen" class="bare">https://github.com/zen-lang/zen</a>)<br> CTO &amp; Engineer in Health Samurai. Crafting FHIR platform for future<br> healthcare in Clojure &amp; PostgreSQL for the last decade.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/c/LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/c/LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London<br> Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and<br> in-person events:<br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> reClojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> - monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> - subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for<br> larger online meetups<br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> - <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> - <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> - <a href="https://freshcodeit.com/" class="bare">https://freshcodeit.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://nette.io/" class="bare">https://nette.io/</a><br> - <a href="https://nilenso.com/" class="bare">https://nilenso.com/</a><br> - And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/328969911" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/328969911</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Portal Internals (by Chris Badahdah) https://clojure.org/events/2023/portal-internals-by-chris-badahdah-1241472843 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/portal-internals-by-chris-badahdah-1241472843 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_portal_internals_by_chris_badahdah"><a class="anchor" href="#_portal_internals_by_chris_badahdah"></a>Portal Internals (by Chris Badahdah)</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Portal Internals<br> Speaker: Chris Badahdah<br> Time: 2023-10-24 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: click here for local time<br> Chris Badahdah (<a href="https://djblue.github.io/" class="bare">https://djblue.github.io/</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Portal Internals&quot;<br> Portal is a Clojure data visualization and exploration tool aimed at enhancing interactive development. In this talk we will explore aspects of Portal&#8217;s internals and how they enable various types of workflows for different users. After this talk, you should be better equipped to leverage Portal in your specific workflow.<br> Chris started learning Clojure in 2016 after he realized lisp was the ultimate programming language. In early 2020, he started working in Clojure professionally and hasn&rsquo;t looked back. He&rsquo;s been working with data driven systems, during which Portal has been of great use!<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and in-person events:<br> <br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> <br> <br> re:Clojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> <br> <br> monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> <br> <br> subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for larger online meetups<br> <br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> <br> <br> <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> <br> <br> <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> <br> <br> <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> <br> <br> And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/391693746" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/391693746</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> 1st babashka-conf in Berlin https://clojure.org/events/2023/1st-babashka-conf-in-berlin--1943426414 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/1st-babashka-conf-in-berlin--1943426414 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_1st_babashka_conf_in_berlin"><a class="anchor" href="#_1st_babashka_conf_in_berlin"></a>1st babashka-conf in Berlin</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Welcome to the first ever conference dedicated to Babashka! It will not only be about showcasing the latest advancements and use cases of Babashka, but also about celebrating the community that has formed around it.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/353183735" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/353183735</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> A functional approach to massively https://clojure.org/events/2023/a-functional-approach-to-massively-1688048806 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/a-functional-approach-to-massively-1688048806 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_a_functional_approach_to_massively_concurrent"><a class="anchor" href="#_a_functional_approach_to_massively_concurrent"></a>A functional approach to massively concurrent &#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>A functional approach to massively concurrent application design (by L&eacute;o Noel)<br> <br> THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: A functional approach to massively concurrent application design<br> Speaker: L&eacute;o Noel<br> Time: 2023-10-31 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: click here for local time<br> L&eacute;o Noel (<a href="https://github.com/leonoel" class="bare">https://github.com/leonoel</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;A functional approach to massively concurrent application design&quot;<br> In this talk, L&eacute;o will present the latest features of Missionary, a functional effect system for clojure/script. He will focus on the supervision problem, explain what it is about, show how pervasive it is in our craft, and describe a functional solution scalable to arbitrarily complex problems in many domains, from UIs to databases. You will learn how functional effect systems fit in the reactive programming landscape and how they address common concurrency concerns such as memoization, asynchronous effects, backpressured streaming, glitch-free propagation of changes and fine-grained updates.<br> L&eacute;o is the creator of Missionary and the architect of Electric Clojure. As an independent software researcher, he is interested in concurrency, reactive user interfaces and language design.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and in-person events:<br> <br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> <br> <br> re:Clojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> <br> <br> monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> <br> <br> subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for larger online meetups<br> <br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> <br> <br> <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> <br> <br> <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> <br> <br> <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> <br> <br> <a href="https://freshcodeit.com/" class="bare">https://freshcodeit.com/</a><br> <br> <br> <a href="https://nette.io/" class="bare">https://nette.io/</a><br> <br> <br> <a href="https://nilenso.com/" class="bare">https://nilenso.com/</a><br> <br> <br> And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/386801882" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/386801882</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Betting your company on Lisp https://clojure.org/events/2023/betting-your-company-on-lisp--1405476357 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/betting-your-company-on-lisp--1405476357 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_betting_your_company_on_lisp_5_years_with_clo"><a class="anchor" href="#_betting_your_company_on_lisp_5_years_with_clo"></a>Betting your company on Lisp: 5 years with Clo&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Betting your company on Lisp: 5 years with Clojure in Prod (by Adam Tornhill)<br> <br> <strong>THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT</strong><br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: <strong>Betting your company on Lisp: 5 years with Clojure in production</strong><br> Speaker: <strong>Adam Tornhill</strong><br> Time: <strong>2023-06-27 @ 18:30 (London time)</strong><br> Local time: <a href="https://time.is/1830_27_June_2023_in_London/" class="bare">https://time.is/1830_27_June_2023_in_London/</a> (click here for local time)<br> Adam Tornhill (<a href="https://twitter.com/AdamTornhill" class="bare">https://twitter.com/AdamTornhill</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Betting your company on Lisp: 5 years with Clojure in production&quot;<br> Functional Programming is sold as a silver bullet, yet many<br> organizations lack real-world experience with the paradigm at<br> scale. How well does functional programming work in practice? What<br> happens when you bet your company on a functional programming language like Clojure? In this talk, Adam shares his experience from building the CodeScene tool and how the FP hype transferred into real<br> productivity gains and cheaper maintenance.<br> Adam Tornhill is a programmer who combines degrees in engineering and<br> psychology. He&rsquo;s the founder of CodeScene, the leading Software<br> Engineering Intelligence tool. Adam is also the author of multiple<br> technical books, including the best-selling Your Code as a Crime<br> Scene. Adam&rsquo;s other interests include modern history, music, retro<br> computing, and martial arts.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London<br> Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and<br> in-person events:<br> - ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> - re:Clojure: our <strong>free</strong> to attend annual community conference<br> - monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> - subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for<br> larger online meetups<br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> - <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> - <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> - <a href="https://freshcodeit.com/" class="bare">https://freshcodeit.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://nette.io/" class="bare">https://nette.io/</a><br> - <a href="https://nilenso.com/" class="bare">https://nilenso.com/</a><br> - And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/348201020" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/348201020</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Bitemporality Demystified https://clojure.org/events/2023/bitemporality-demystified--280001735 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/bitemporality-demystified--280001735 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_bitemporality_demystified"><a class="anchor" href="#_bitemporality_demystified"></a>Bitemporality Demystified</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Bitemporality and the Art of Maintaining Accurate Databases<br> <br> Bitemporality and the Art of Maintaining Accurate Databases.<br> How often have you had to add a <code>modified_at</code> or <code>effective_from</code> column to a database table? <br> Have you ever had to keep old versions of data around and make it visible to end users?<br> <br> Time is a fundamental aspect of data modeling — and yet application developers are frequently reduced to rolling their own half-baked ‘bitemporal’ SQL schemas on top of popular database systems. <br> <br> This ad hoc approach to handling time has been the status quo for decades, but it&#8217;s a complicated, risky business — and new systems can do better.<br> <br> Bitemporal modeling equips developers with a rigorous abstraction for working with immutable data and versioned records.<br> <br> Join this webinar to discover the most common use cases for bitemporal modeling, and learn how it impacts the design and maintenance of applications.<br> <br> Key takeaways:<br> <br> * Familiarize yourself with the SQL:2011 standard temporal features<br> * Understand the landscape of existing approaches and tools for implementing bitemporality to ensure successful projects <br> * Discover how you can visualize your own bitemporal data using an open source interactive tool<br> <br> At the end of the session, after Q&amp;A, our speakers will share a quick demo of XTDB: a modern database that incorporates a bitemporal index at its core. <br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/381459265" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/381459265</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Building conditional data dependency https://clojure.org/events/2023/building-conditional-data-dependency--2062016302 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/building-conditional-data-dependency--2062016302 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_building_conditional_data_dependency_graphs_wi"><a class="anchor" href="#_building_conditional_data_dependency_graphs_wi"></a>Building conditional data dependency graphs wi&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Building conditional data dependency graphs with Nodely (by Sophia Velten)<br> <br> THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Building conditional data dependency graphs with Nodely<br> Speaker: Sophia Velten<br> Time: 2023-09-26 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: <a href="https://time.is/1830_26_September_2023_in_London/" class="bare">https://time.is/1830_26_September_2023_in_London/</a> (click here for local time)<br> Sophia Velten ( <a href="https://twitter.com/sophiavelten" class="bare">https://twitter.com/sophiavelten</a> ) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Building conditional data dependency graphs with Nodely&quot;<br> There are many libraries out there for declaring and running data<br> dependency pipelines expressed by directed acyclic graphs, but to our<br> knowledge none of them have built-in support for expressing<br> conditional dependencies. With Nodely it is possible to express<br> conditional dependencies declaratively and decouple declaration from<br> execution. We are able to run the same dependency definition with<br> multiple engines such as: lazy synchronous, async with core-async,<br> async with promesa and potentially many others, unlocking the power of<br> async and avoiding execution of unneeded dependencies.<br> Sophia Velten is a Computer Engineer currently working at Nubank as a<br> Senior Staff Software Engineer, where she designed State Flow, an open<br> source Clojure library which is the standard integration testing<br> framework at Nubank. Her main interest in tech is the interface<br> between humans and machines, which usually means language. She enjoys<br> a bunch of esoteric languages ranging from Ancient Greek to Haskell,<br> Lisps (Clojure) and Smalltalk and tends to apply category theory in<br> more places than it is advisable. Beyond tech she is also interested<br> in philosophy and (karaoke) singing.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London<br> Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and<br> in-person events:<br> - ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> - re:Clojure: our <strong>free</strong> to attend annual community conference<br> - monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> - subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for<br> larger online meetups<br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> - <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> - <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> - <a href="https://freshcodeit.com/" class="bare">https://freshcodeit.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://nette.io/" class="bare">https://nette.io/</a><br> - <a href="https://nilenso.com/" class="bare">https://nilenso.com/</a><br> - And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/366108262" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/366108262</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Clojure-Asia March 2023 https://clojure.org/events/2023/clojure-asia-march-2023-552618534 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/clojure-asia-march-2023-552618534 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_clojure_asia_march_2023_generating_music"><a class="anchor" href="#_clojure_asia_march_2023_generating_music"></a>Clojure-Asia March 2023 - Generating music</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure-Asia March 2023 Online Meetup - Generating music<br> <br> Hello my fellow Clojurians! We will be having our Clojure-Asia Online Meetup for the month of March! <br> @camdez (Cameron Desautels) will be giving a talk involving MIDI hardware, and creating software instruments and generating music which he then plays through a DAW (Ableton, to be specific).<br> Sessions are typically such that the talk will be followed by QnA/discussion. Hope to see you there! <br> Meeting Details:<br> Date: 18th March 2023 (Saturday)<br> Time: 1330-1500 SGT (0530-0700 UTC)<br> Location: Jitsi (Easy to setup open source video conferencing) (will email the link in time)<br> Please fill up the form here: <a href="https://forms.gle/4LFfb4UzJH74kaBAA" class="bare">https://forms.gle/4LFfb4UzJH74kaBAA</a><br> <br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/341263590" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/341263590</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Clojure-Asia meetup https://clojure.org/events/2023/clojure-asia-meetup-1242114138 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/clojure-asia-meetup-1242114138 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_clojure_asia_meetup"><a class="anchor" href="#_clojure_asia_meetup"></a>Clojure-Asia meetup</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Hello my fellow Clojurians! : We will be having another Clojure-Asia Online Meetup for the month of February! :D<br> <br> We currently do not have any talk planned but we can have a good catch up session! :)<br> <br> Sessions are typically such that the talk will be followed by QnA/discussion. Hope to see you there! :D<br> <br> Meeting Details:<br> Date: 25th February 2023 (Saturday)<br> Time: 1330-1500 SGT (0530-0700 UTC)<br> Location: Jitsi (Easy to setup open source video conferencing) (will email the link in time)<br> <br> Contact Info:<br> Email: <a href="mailto:clojure.asia@gmail.com">clojure.asia@gmail.com</a><br> Slack/Telegram: @zackteo<br> <br> Please fill up the form here: <a href="https://forms.gle/LgUWoU6U9ueD4Tue8" class="bare">https://forms.gle/LgUWoU6U9ueD4Tue8</a><br> <br> Also:<br> Do join us on the #clojure-asia channel in the Clojurian Slack: <a href="https://clojurians.slack.com/archives/C02N2TTDVT5" class="bare">https://clojurians.slack.com/archives/C02N2TTDVT5</a><br> <br> Here&#8217;s the google calendar link for planned Clojure-Asia Meetups in 2023 (every 3rd Saturday of the month): <a href="https://calendar.google.com/calendar/u/0?cid=OWRtcjQ5Z29ybmNydjNna3FoZWoxdWRhczRAZ3JvdXAuY2FsZW5kYXIuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbQ" class="bare">https://calendar.google.com/calendar/u/0?cid=OWRtcjQ5Z29ybmNydjNna3FoZWoxdWRhczRAZ3JvdXAuY2FsZW5kYXIuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbQ</a><br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/329674423" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/329674423</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Clojure/Conj 2023 https://clojure.org/events/2023/clojure-conj-2023-1616486143 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/clojure-conj-2023-1616486143 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_clojureconj_2023_extended_deadline_to_subm"><a class="anchor" href="#_clojureconj_2023_extended_deadline_to_subm"></a>Clojure/Conj 2023: (extended) deadline to subm&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure/Conj 2023: (extended) deadline to submit a session<br> <br> This is a reminder to submit a session to Clojure/Conj 2023.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/320522540" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/320522540</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Cooking up a workflow for data https://clojure.org/events/2023/cooking-up-a-workflow-for-data-1759184159 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/cooking-up-a-workflow-for-data-1759184159 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_cooking_up_a_workflow_for_data_by_slutsky_pr"><a class="anchor" href="#_cooking_up_a_workflow_for_data_by_slutsky_pr"></a>Cooking up a workflow for data (by Slutsky, Pr&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Cooking up a workflow for data (by Slutsky, Prately &amp; McLean)<br> <br> THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Cooking up a workflow for data<br> Speaker: Slutsky, Prately &amp; McLean<br> Time: 2023-12-12 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: click here for local time<br> Slutsky, Prately &amp; McLean (<a href="https://github.com/daslu" class="bare">https://github.com/daslu</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Cooking up a workflow for data&quot;<br> What does a typical data analysis workflow look like? .. and what is needed to make such workflows simple &amp; easy for any person with a data question? In the talk, we will demonstrate some of the relevant workflows, libraries, and tools through a real-world data problem.<br> Daniel Slutsky (<a href="https://github.com/daslu" class="bare">https://github.com/daslu</a>) is a mathematician and a community organiser at Scicloj. He has been using Clojure in various data-science and backend teams at startups since 2013. These days he is focusing on building the Clay/Claykind tooling for literate programming in collaboration with Timothy and Kira.<br> Timothy Prately (<a href="https://twitter.com/timothypratley" class="bare">https://twitter.com/timothypratley</a>):<br> Timothy grew up exploring jungles, fighting kangaroos, surfing, and programming computers. After a career of leveraging computational graphs for companies he is now building Hummi.app, a diagramming app that puts the power of graphs in the hands of individuals.<br> Kira McLean (<a href="https://github.com/kiramclean" class="bare">https://github.com/kiramclean</a>):<br> Kira is an independent software engineer from the east coast of Canada. She&rsquo;s spent her career building web-facing services but has recently taken an interest in data science. After falling in love with Clojure she&rsquo;s keen to explore the best ways to use the language in these different domains. In her spare time you may catch Kira playing violin, teaching yoga, or hiking with her family.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and in-person events:<br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> re:Clojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; StreamYard subscription<br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> <br> <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/404434718" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/404434718</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> HOP on and jump-start the development https://clojure.org/events/2023/hop-on-and-jump-start-the-development-803699258 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/hop-on-and-jump-start-the-development-803699258 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_hop_on_and_jump_start_the_development_of_your"><a class="anchor" href="#_hop_on_and_jump_start_the_development_of_your"></a>HOP on and jump-start the development of your &#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>HOP on and jump-start the development of your Clojure web apps (by Lucas Sousa)<br> <br> <strong>THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT</strong><br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: HOP on and jump-start the development and deployment of your Clojure web applications<br> Speaker: Lucas Sousa<br> Time: 2023-03-21 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: <a href="https://time.is/1830_21_Mar_2023_in_London/" class="bare">https://time.is/1830_21_Mar_2023_in_London/</a> (click here for local time)<br> Lucas Sousa (<a href="https://github.com/lucassousaf" class="bare">https://github.com/lucassousaf</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;HOP on and jump-start the development and deployment of your Clojure web applications&quot;<br> In this talk you will see HOP&rsquo;s capabilities to build a production<br> system to manage the entire stack (databases, code, deployment) in<br> your local environments, and test and deploy into production<br> environments effortlessly.<br> Lucas works for a small cooperative company called Magnet based in<br> Spain since 2018. He has been working as a full-stack Clojure(Script)<br> developer for 5 years now, mostly building web applications for final<br> clients.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/c/LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/c/LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London<br> Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and<br> in-person events:<br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> re:Clojure: our <strong>free</strong> to attend annual community conference<br> - monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> - subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for<br> larger online meetups<br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> - <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> - <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> - <a href="https://freshcodeit.com/" class="bare">https://freshcodeit.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://nette.io/" class="bare">https://nette.io/</a><br> - <a href="https://nilenso.com/" class="bare">https://nilenso.com/</a><br> - And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/336470778" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/336470778</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Joyful Mobile Development with https://clojure.org/events/2023/joyful-mobile-development-with-9273765 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/joyful-mobile-development-with-9273765 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_joyful_mobile_development_with_clojuredart_by"><a class="anchor" href="#_joyful_mobile_development_with_clojuredart_by"></a>Joyful Mobile Development with ClojureDart (by&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Joyful Mobile Development with ClojureDart (by Baptiste &amp; Christophe)<br> <br> THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Joyful Mobile Development with ClojureDart<br> Speaker: Baptiste Dupuch &amp; Christophe Grand<br> Time: 12 Sept 2023 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: <a href="https://time.is/1830_12_September_2023_in_London/" class="bare">https://time.is/1830_12_September_2023_in_London/</a> (click here for local time)<br> Baptiste Dupuch &amp; Christophe Grand (@ClojureDart) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Joyful Mobile Development with ClojureDart&quot;<br> Java promised WORA: Write Once Run Anywhere.<br> Clojure dialects deliver SORA: Skill Once Reach Anywhere.<br> ClojureDart is a recent creatively-named dialect targeting Dart and its cross platform gui Flutter to bring native binaries to mobiles and desktops.<br> We&rsquo;ll demo how the Clojure and Flutter combo makes app development enjoyable by leveraging strengths of our favorite language and of the Flutter ecosystem (portability, performance, libraries, tooling and community).<br> Baptiste and Christophe have been contracting in Clojure together for 3 years and independently for 15 years. During the pandemic they started working on ClojureDart to make development of native GUI apps blissful.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel: <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London<br> Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and<br> in-person events:<br> <br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> <br> <br> re:Clojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> <br> <br> - monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> - subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for<br> larger online meetups<br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> - <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> - <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> - <a href="https://freshcodeit.com/" class="bare">https://freshcodeit.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://nette.io/" class="bare">https://nette.io/</a><br> - <a href="https://nilenso.com/" class="bare">https://nilenso.com/</a><br> - And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/386801665" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/386801665</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Lisp for Lattice Technology https://clojure.org/events/2023/lisp-for-lattice-technology--1628116261 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/lisp-for-lattice-technology--1628116261 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_lisp_for_lattice_technology_by_mike_anderson"><a class="anchor" href="#_lisp_for_lattice_technology_by_mike_anderson"></a>Lisp for Lattice Technology (by Mike Anderson)</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Lisp for Lattice Technology<br> Speaker: Mike Anderson<br> Time: 2023-08-01 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: <a href="https://time.is/1830_01_Aug_2023_in_London/" class="bare">https://time.is/1830_01_Aug_2023_in_London/</a> (click here for local time)<br> Mike Anderson ( <a href="https://www.linkedin.com/in/mike-cvx/" class="bare">https://www.linkedin.com/in/mike-cvx/</a> ) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Lisp for Lattice Technology&quot;<br> Convex (<a href="https://convex.world/" class="bare">https://convex.world/</a>) is a new decentralised network based on lattice technology - a promising alternative to blockchain based solutions. Best of all it runs a new dialect of Lisp, heaving influenced by Clojure and<br> Racket. The session will include an introduction to both lattice technology and programming smart contracts with Convex Lisp.<br> Mike leads the Convex Foundation, developing decentralised technology<br> for programmable economic systems. A passionate open-source<br> contributor, he has been enjoyed working with Clojure for over ten<br> years, including developing the core.matrix numerical library.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London<br> Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and<br> in-person events:<br> - ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> - re:Clojure: our <strong>free</strong> to attend annual community conference<br> - monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> - subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for<br> larger online meetups<br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> - <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> - <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> - <a href="https://freshcodeit.com/" class="bare">https://freshcodeit.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://nette.io/" class="bare">https://nette.io/</a><br> - <a href="https://nilenso.com/" class="bare">https://nilenso.com/</a><br> - And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/374597038" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/374597038</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Los Angeles Clojure Meetup https://clojure.org/events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup--1064679385 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup--1064679385 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_electric_clojure_3"><a class="anchor" href="#_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_electric_clojure_3"></a>Los Angeles Clojure Meetup: Electric Clojure 3</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We will continue collaboratively exploring Electric Clojure - a reactive DSL for full-stack web development, with compiler-managed frontend/backend network sync.<br> As usual, we will start off the meetup discussing recent releases and developments of note in the Clojure ecosystem.<br> The meeting will be recorded.<br> We will continue with an online virtual meeting until further notice.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/395070262" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/395070262</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Los Angeles Clojure Meetup https://clojure.org/events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup--36874662 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup--36874662 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_electric_clojure_4"><a class="anchor" href="#_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_electric_clojure_4"></a>Los Angeles Clojure Meetup: Electric Clojure 4</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We will continue collaboratively exploring Electric Clojure - a reactive DSL for full-stack web development, with compiler-managed frontend/backend network sync.<br> As usual, we will start off the meetup discussing recent releases and developments of note in the Clojure ecosystem.<br> The meeting will be recorded.<br> We will continue with an online virtual meeting until further notice.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/400428754" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/400428754</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Los Angeles Clojure Meetup https://clojure.org/events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup-149174652 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup-149174652 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_electric_clojure"><a class="anchor" href="#_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_electric_clojure"></a>Los Angeles Clojure Meetup: Electric Clojure</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We will collaboratively explore Electric Clojure &ndash; a reactive DSL for full-stack web development, with compiler-managed frontend/backend network sync.<br> As usual, we will start off the meetup discussing recent releases and developments of note in the Clojure ecosystem.<br> The meeting will be recorded.<br> We will continue with an online virtual meeting until further notice.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/373547918" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/373547918</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Los Angeles Clojure Meetup: cljbox2d https://clojure.org/events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup-cljbox2d--1609543359 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup-cljbox2d--1609543359 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_cljbox2d"><a class="anchor" href="#_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_cljbox2d"></a>Los Angeles Clojure Meetup: cljbox2d</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We will collaboratively explore cljbox2d - an idiomatic and cross-platform Clojure version of the Box2D physics engine API.<br> As usual, we will start off the meetup discussing recent releases and developments of note in the Clojure ecosystem.<br> The meeting will be recorded.<br> We will continue with an online virtual meeting until further notice.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/339606255" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/339606255</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Los Angeles Clojure Meetup: Mafs.cljs https://clojure.org/events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup-mafs-cljs-1194563825 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/los-angeles-clojure-meetup-mafs-cljs-1194563825 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_mafs_cljs"><a class="anchor" href="#_los_angeles_clojure_meetup_mafs_cljs"></a>Los Angeles Clojure Meetup: Mafs.cljs</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We will collaboratively explore Mafs.cljs, a Reagent interface to the Mafs interactive 2d math visualization library.<br> As usual, we will start off the meetup discussing recent releases and developments of note in the Clojure ecosystem.<br> The meeting will be recorded.<br> We will continue with an online virtual meeting until further notice.<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/326638120" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/326638120</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Matrix Exposed! https://clojure.org/events/2023/matrix-exposed--966702209 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/matrix-exposed--966702209 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_matrix_exposed_or_you_dont_know_reactive"><a class="anchor" href="#_matrix_exposed_or_you_dont_know_reactive"></a>Matrix Exposed! (or, You Don&#8217;t Know Reactive) &#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Matrix Exposed! (or, You Don&#8217;t Know Reactive) (by Kenny Tilton)<br> <br> THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT<br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Matrix Exposed! (or, You Don&#8217;t Know Reactive)<br> Speaker: Kenny Tilton<br> Time: 2023-10-03 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: click here for local time<br> Kenny Tilton (<a href="https://github.com/kennytilton" class="bare">https://github.com/kennytilton</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Matrix Exposed! (or, You Don&#8217;t Know Reactive)&quot;<br> No one takes state management seriously. ReactJS punted. Flutter punted. Kenny Tilton will lead a deep dive into his Matrix state manager; make the case for state being the first problem solved by any UI framework; and explain how to evaluate state engines when our chosen UI punts.<br> Kenny is currently developing a new Flutter/Matrix reactive front-end library atop ClojureDart. He came to Clojure from Common Lisp ten years ago, and has used it professionally for ETL and e-commerce, as well his own O/S UI frameworks. He has used re-frame professionally, Reagent in anger, and Hoplon/Javelin, one of his favorites, for fun. Before shuffling off this mortal coil, he wants us to know the power we are missing with even today&#8217;s excellent reactive solutions.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:<br> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/@LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and in-person events:<br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> re:Clojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for larger online meetups<br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> <br> <a href="https://juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://juxt.pro/</a><br> <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/391695079" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/391695079</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> Open Source Licenses for Developers https://clojure.org/events/2023/open-source-licenses-for-developers-1508175297 Wed, 21 Feb 2024 21:53:08 +0000 events/2023/open-source-licenses-for-developers-1508175297 <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_open_source_licenses_for_developers_by_martin"><a class="anchor" href="#_open_source_licenses_for_developers_by_martin"></a>Open Source Licenses for Developers (by Martin&#8230;&#8203;</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Open Source Licenses for Developers (by Martin Clausen)<br> <br> <strong>THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT</strong><br> [Connection details will be shared 1h before the start time]<br> The London Clojurians are happy to present:<br> Title: Open Source Licenses for Developers<br> Speaker: Martin Clausen<br> Time: 2023-01-24 @ 18:30 (London time)<br> Local time: <a href="https://time.is/1830_24_Jan_2023_in_London/" class="bare">https://time.is/1830_24_Jan_2023_in_London/</a> (click here for local time)<br> Martin Clausen (<a href="https://github.com/maacl" class="bare">https://github.com/maacl</a>) will be presenting:<br> &quot;Open Source Licenses for Developers&quot;<br> What are the different types of Open Source license, and how do I pick<br> one for my project. The are questions that may dev struggle with. I<br> will try to address these, provide an overview of the Open Source<br> license landscape, and dive into the EPL v1 which dominates the<br> Clojure community.<br> Martin is a recovering General Counsel who now spends his time<br> developing a practical Computable Contract platform using Clojure. In<br> the past Martin has work for world leading companies within ocean<br> transportation and renewables. Martin can teach you how to make a<br> proper Sauce B&eacute;arnaise.<br> If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel: <a href="https://www.youtube.com/c/LondonClojurians" class="bare">https://www.youtube.com/c/LondonClojurians</a><br> (The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)<br> Please, consider supporting the London Clojurians with a small donation:<br> <a href="https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/" class="bare">https://opencollective.com/london-clojurians/</a><br> Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London<br> Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and<br> in-person events:<br> <br> ClojureBridge London: supports under-represented groups discover Clojure<br> re:Clojure: our free to attend annual community conference<br> monthly meetup events with speakers from all over the world<br> subscription and admin costs such as domain name &amp; Zoom plan for<br> larger online meetups<br> <br> Thank you to our sponsors:<br> - <a href="https://www.juxt.pro/" class="bare">https://www.juxt.pro/</a><br> - <a href="https://flexiana.com/" class="bare">https://flexiana.com/</a><br> - <a href="https://gaiwan.co/" class="bare">https://gaiwan.co/</a><br> - And many individual sponsors<br> <br> Zulip: <a href="https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/316927484" class="bare">https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/262224-events/near/316927484</a><br></p> </div> </div> </div> re:Clojure https://clojure.org/events/2022/reclojure Fri, 2 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +0000 events/2022/reclojure <div class="paragraph"> <p>re:Clojure is a community-driven effort to bring together knowledgeable speakers to present new and exciting topics on all things Clojure and ClojureScript.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>This year, like last year, the conference will be held online, on the 2nd and 3rd of December 2022. You are cordially invited to come along, listen, participate and perhaps learn one or two new things along the way.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>For further details, including the speakers/schedule/instructions and how to attend, please visit <a href="https://www.reclojure.org/">re:Clojure</a>. You can also pop along to our <a href="https://discord.gg/GJ4hkbWgjF">Discord server</a> to speak to any of the organisers and fellow Clojurians.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We look forward to seeing you there!</p> </div> Dutch Clojure Day https://clojure.org/events/2022/dutchclojureday Sat, 29 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +0000 events/2022/dutchclojureday <div class="paragraph"> <p>The Annual Gathering of Clojure Enthusiasts and Practitioners in the Netherlands!</p> </div> <div class="ulist"> <ul> <li> <p>CFP: <a href="https://sessionize.com/dutch-clojure-days-2022/" class="bare">https://sessionize.com/dutch-clojure-days-2022/</a> (until Aug 15)</p> </li> <li> <p>Tickets: <a href="https://www.eventbrite.nl/e/dutch-clojure-day-2022-tickets-380638669507" class="bare">https://www.eventbrite.nl/e/dutch-clojure-day-2022-tickets-380638669507</a></p> </li> </ul> </div> London Clojurians - Sept https://clojure.org/events/2022/london-clj-sep Tue, 20 Sep 2022 00:00:00 +0000 events/2022/london-clj-sep <div id="preamble"> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The London Clojurians are happy to present:</p> </div> </div> </div> <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_joyride_vs_code_using_a_clojure_repl"><a class="anchor" href="#_joyride_vs_code_using_a_clojure_repl"></a>Joyride VS Code using a Clojure REPL</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Peter Strömberg and Michiel Borkent will be presenting: "Joyride VS Code using a Clojure REPL"</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Peter Strömberg (<a href="https://github.com/PEZ" class="bare">https://github.com/PEZ</a>) and Michiel Borkent (<a href="https://github.com/borkdude" class="bare">https://github.com/borkdude</a>) will be presenting: "Joyride VS Code using a Clojure REPL"</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>What if you could script and control VS Code with a REPL, like you can do with Emacs? What if it is a Clojure REPL? Leveraging SCI, this is what Joyride (<a href="https://github.com/BetterThanTomorrow/joyride" class="bare">https://github.com/BetterThanTomorrow/joyride</a>) lets you do. We&#8217;ll take a look at what possibilities this opens, what the limitations are, and what people have done with Joyride so far, four months since the first release.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Peter is a former product manager turned developer by Clojure. He uses VS Code, and lacked a lot of the awesome Clojure support that Emacs users enjoy through CIDER. He decided to try to bring some of that to his editor of choice, resulting in Calva. Peter also feels strongly for the Clojure "Getting Started" experience and is always thinking about ways to contribute to improving it.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Michiel Borkent doesn&#8217;t really need introductions in our community. He is the main author of clj-kondo, babashka, jet and so many other Clojure tools. He can be found as @borkdude in various places on the web.</p> </div> </div> </div> ClojureBridge London https://clojure.org/events/2022/clojurebridge-london-sept-2022 Sat, 17 Sep 2022 00:00:00 +0000 events/2022/clojurebridge-london-sept-2022 <div id="preamble"> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p><a href="https://clojurebridgelondon.github.io/">ClojureBridge London</a> is a fun, free and friendly workshop to support women(trans/cis) and non-binary people into software development. The workshop is suitable for people just starting to code, or people on their first language who are Clojure curious.</p> </div> </div> </div> <div class="sect2"> <h3 id="_event_overview"><a class="anchor" href="#_event_overview"></a>Event overview</h3> <div class="paragraph"> <p><a href="https://www.meetup.com/london-clojurians/events/286542747/">Friday evening</a> we have members of the community sharing their development experiences and demonstrating what you can do with Clojure. We also help you install Clojure development tools (optional).</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p><a href="https://www.meetup.com/london-clojurians/events/286832822/">Saturday</a> we coach you through a day of small practical exercises, building responsive websites or creating simple games. We aim for 1-2-1 coaching so we can support you each step of the way.</p> </div> </div> <div class="sect2"> <h3 id="_requirements"><a class="anchor" href="#_requirements"></a>Requirements</h3> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Each participant requires their own laptop with either MacOSX, Linux or Windows operating system. We help you set up your laptop for Clojure during the Friday evening (optional if you are just starting to code).</p> </div> </div> <div class="sect2"> <h3 id="_why_learn_clojure"><a class="anchor" href="#_why_learn_clojure"></a>Why learn Clojure?</h3> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure is a small language with a simple design that can be used to build apps for the web, mobile apps, and even desktop apps. Clojure is a great choice for those new to programming, or existing developers who want to learn about functional programming and use it in the software industry.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure has a huge amount of libraries available to help you build a wide range of apps really quickly. You can use all the libraries from its host platforms, JavaScript/Node.js, Java or Microsoft .Net, too.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>For more information, please take a look at the <a href="https://clojurebridgelondon.github.io/">ClojureBridge London website</a></p> </div> </div> <div class="sect2"> <h3 id="_our_sponsor"><a class="anchor" href="#_our_sponsor"></a>Our Sponsor</h3> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Thank you to our sponsor SignalAI for providing the venue and all the food and refreshments for the event. We will aim to have 50% vegetarian food and around 10% of that will be vegan. We can always increase this based on you feedback.</p> </div> </div> <div class="sect2"> <h3 id="_who_is_involved"><a class="anchor" href="#_who_is_involved"></a>Who is involved</h3> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The event is free of charge and run by unpaid volunteers from the Clojure community. While the workshop is primarily for trans/cis women &amp; non-binary attendees, our coaches and organisers are members of the local Clojure community of any gender or none. Everyone agrees to abide by the Bridge Foundry Code of Conduct. If anyone is interested in volunteering as a coach, take a look at the workshop content and if you understand the basic Clojure we cover then you can coach. Coach training is provided around a week before the event</p> </div> <div class="sect3"> <h4 id="_volunteer_details"><a class="anchor" href="#_volunteer_details"></a>Volunteer Details</h4> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Be sure to work through the exercises in the ClojureBridge London workshop before the coach training event.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p><a href="https://clojurebridgelondon.github.io/workshop/" class="bare">https://clojurebridgelondon.github.io/workshop/</a></p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>If you are interested in coaching students with some coding experience, also take a look at the projects in the workshop and have one of the recommended editors/IDE&#8217;s installed.</p> </div> </div> <div class="sect3"> <h4 id="_student_details"><a class="anchor" href="#_student_details"></a>Student Details</h4> <div class="paragraph"> <p>All students need to bring their own laptop and power adaptor</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>If you want to build websites or games, then you will need to install development tools for Clojure. We can help with this on the Friday evening (or Saturday if required). Instructions are on our website <a href="https://clojurebridgelondon.github.io/workshop/development-tools/" class="bare">https://clojurebridgelondon.github.io/workshop/development-tools/</a></p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Thank you<br> London Clojurians<br> <a href="https://twitter.com/ldnclj" class="bare">https://twitter.com/ldnclj</a></p> </div> <div class="imageblock"> <div class="content"> <img src="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/jr0cket/london-clojurians-logo/master/london-clojurians-logo.png" alt="London Clojurians logo"> </div> </div> </div> </div> Visual-tools Aug https://clojure.org/events/2022/visual-tools-aug Fri, 5 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0000 events/2022/visual-tools-aug <div class="paragraph"> <p>The visual tools group will have its 10th meeting on Aug 5th.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>It will be a monthly meeting, focusing on Oz 5 from a developer’s point of view. We will dive into the code and learn how to extend it.</p> </div> London Clojurians - August https://clojure.org/events/2022/london-clj-aug Tue, 2 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0000 events/2022/london-clj-aug <div id="preamble"> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The London Clojurians are happy to present:</p> </div> </div> </div> <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_transform_microsoft_office_solutions_into_cloud_savvy_linked_data_microservices_with_clojure_on_net"><a class="anchor" href="#_transform_microsoft_office_solutions_into_cloud_savvy_linked_data_microservices_with_clojure_on_net"></a>Transform Microsoft Office Solutions into Cloud-savvy Linked Data Microservices With Clojure on .NET</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Bob Calco (<a href="https://www.linkedin.com/in/bob-calco/" class="bare">https://www.linkedin.com/in/bob-calco/</a>) will be presenting: "Transform Microsoft Office Solutions into Cloud-savvy Linked Data Microservices With Clojure on .NET"</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>ClojureCLR hasn&#8217;t yet gotten a lot of attention from mainstream .NET developers, and from the point of view of mainstream JVM-focused Clojurians, there haven&#8217;t been many compelling reasons to work on the CLR&#8212;&#8203;until now. Now it emerges from the shadows of a mostly unified .NET 6 with a purpose: to modernize Microsoft Office/365 solutions for a new world of data interoperability. Join Bob Calco as he describes the upcoming Professional Edition of Acceλerate for Microsoft 365, which adds ClojureCLR to power the database component of this innovative add-in and demonstrates how you can help Office solution developers and enterprise customers transform their desktop data silos into Cloud-savvy linked data microservices! Clojure was never intended to run only on the JVM and you can be part of teaching the .NET world why it deserves to be one of .NET&#8217;s most-used languages in an increasingly distributed solution landscape for which most popular languages are ill-prepared.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Bob is a seasoned enterprise architect and a proven software innovator with over 20+ years of experience designing, building and leading teams to deliver large-scale, enterprise solutions in the healthcare, financial services and retail sectors. For the past 5 years, Bob’s work has focused on data sharing and interoperability both within and between large, distributed enterprise systems. Bob was the primary visionary and architect for the VistA.js Platform within the VA, a Class 1 enterprise microservices framework that enabled data federation and reconciliation across the VA’s 154 medical centers. Currently, he is leading the Apex Team to address current industry challenges associated with Provider Data Management/Provider Directories. Bob is a certified expert in multiple programming languages, having worked productively in over a dozen programming environments and platforms as diverse as C++, Delphi, Ada, Java, .NET (C#, VB), JavaScript, LISP, Clojure, Scala, Smalltalk, Ruby and others.</p> </div> </div> </div> London Clojurians - July https://clojure.org/events/2022/london-clj-jul Tue, 19 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +0000 events/2022/london-clj-jul <div id="preamble"> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The London Clojurians are happy to present:</p> </div> </div> </div> <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_debugging_and_exploring_clojure_applications_with_flowstorm"><a class="anchor" href="#_debugging_and_exploring_clojure_applications_with_flowstorm"></a>Debugging and exploring Clojure applications with FlowStorm</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Juan Monetta (<a href="https://github.com/jpmonettas" class="bare">https://github.com/jpmonettas</a>) will be presenting: "Debugging and exploring Clojure applications with FlowStorm"</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>FlowStorm (<a href="https://github.com/jpmonettas/flow-storm-debugger" class="bare">https://github.com/jpmonettas/flow-storm-debugger</a>) allows you to instrument and run any Clojure codebase so it traces everything it is doing. See how these traces can be used to debug and understand Clojure code.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Juan has been working as a programmer since late 90s, and working professionally as a Clojure developer since 2011 over many domains. He has a passion for dev tooling and anything that makes writing software more fun.</p> </div> </div> </div> Visual-tools July https://clojure.org/events/2022/visual-tools-jul Sat, 2 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +0000 events/2022/visual-tools-jul <div class="paragraph"> <p>The visual tools 4 group will have its 9th meeting on July 2nd.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>It will be a monthly meeting for general updates and brainstorming.</p> </div> Clojure-Asia - June https://clojure.org/events/2022/clojure-asia-jun Sat, 18 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0000 events/2022/clojure-asia-jun <div class="paragraph"> <p>We will be having a talk by Zack Teo titled “Introducing core.logic with Sudoku” .</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Briefly: Zack plans to present the basics of logic programming and introduce Clojure’s logic programming library - core.logic library with the example of Sudoku.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The talk will be followed by QnA/discussion. Hope to see you there!</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Meeting Details:</p> </div> <div class="ulist"> <ul> <li> <p>Date: 18th June 2022 (Saturday)</p> </li> <li> <p>Time: 1330-1500 SGT (0530-0700 UTC)</p> </li> <li> <p>Location: Jitsi (Easy to setup open source video conferencing)</p> </li> </ul> </div> :clojureD https://clojure.org/events/2022/clojured Mon, 7 Feb 2022 00:00:00 +0000 events/2022/clojured <div class="paragraph"> <p>The developer conference :clojureD premiered in 2015 and quickly evolved to the biggest annual Clojure conference in Germany. Software developers from all over the world meet in Berlin to share new, amazing and mind-blowing ideas and techniques.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>After two years without meeting the community in real, this year&#8217;s special summer beach camp will focus on having a really good time together. Besides of exciting talks there will be space, time and activities to have thrilling exchanges, chats and fun.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>And if that&#8217;s not enough,:clojureD is also framed by a pre-conference welcome meet up before and a get-together at the beach right after the conference.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Call for proposals is open until 4 March 2022. CfP is for full talks (30 minutes long, including Q &amp; A). For lightning talks (5 minutes) you can register straight at the conference. We’ll have a limited number of spots and it’ll be first come first served.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Tickets will go on sale in February.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We are excited to see you all back in Berlin for another great an inspiring :clojureD conference!</p> </div> re:Clojure https://clojure.org/events/2021/reclojure Fri, 3 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +0000 events/2021/reclojure <div class="paragraph"> <p>re:Clojure is a community-driven effort to bring together knowledgeable speakers to present new and exciting topics on all things Clojure and ClojureScript.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>This year, like last year (during these COVID times), the conference will be held online, on the 3rd and 4th of December 2021. You are cordially invited to come along, listen, participate and perhaps learn one or two new things along the way.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>For further details, including the speakers/schedule/instructions and how to attend, please visit <a href="https://reclojure.org">re:Clojure</a>. You can also pop along to our <a href="https://discord.com/invite/m4DaGW6N">Discord server</a> to speak to any of the organisers and fellow Clojurians.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We look forward to seeing you there!</p> </div> ClojuTRE https://clojure.org/events/2020/clojutre Thu, 8 Oct 2020 00:00:00 +0000 events/2020/clojutre <div class="paragraph"> <p>ClojuTRE is a two day Clojure and functional programming conference organized by <a href="http://www.metosin.fi/">Metosin</a>. The event has single track, late start, short talks and a funky after party for networking. We welcome both newbies and seasoned Clojurists and other FP enthusiasts. Next edition of the event will be held in Tampere Thursday 8th - Friday 9th October 2020.</p> </div> <div class="ulist"> <ul> <li> <p>Tickets: <a href="https://www.eventbrite.fi/e/84875662391" class="bare">https://www.eventbrite.fi/e/84875662391</a></p> </li> </ul> </div> Clojure/north https://clojure.org/events/2020/clojurenorth Thu, 25 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 events/2020/clojurenorth <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure/north is the 2nd edition of Canada&#8217;s annual Clojure conference. It is a non-profit event from the Clojure community for the community with three main objectives.</p> </div> <div class="olist arabic"> <ol class="arabic"> <li> <p>Share knowledge within the Clojure community</p> </li> <li> <p>Grow the Clojure community by offering accessible talks to newcomers</p> </li> <li> <p>Demonstrate with the broader community how Clojure is being used to solve problems</p> </li> </ol> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We hope to see you there!</p> </div> <div class="ulist"> <ul> <li> <p>Call for Proposals and ticket sales coming soon</p> </li> <li> <p>Follow us for updates! <a href="https://twitter.com/clojurenorth" class="bare">https://twitter.com/clojurenorth</a></p> </li> </ul> </div> Dutch Clojure Day https://clojure.org/events/2020/dutchclojureday Sat, 16 May 2020 00:00:00 +0000 events/2020/dutchclojureday <div class="paragraph"> <p>The Annual Gathering of Clojure Enthusiasts and Practitioners in the Netherlands!</p> </div> <div class="ulist"> <ul> <li> <p>CFP: <a href="https://www.papercall.io/dcd20" class="bare">https://www.papercall.io/dcd20</a></p> </li> </ul> </div> :clojureD https://clojure.org/events/2020/clojured Sat, 29 Feb 2020 00:00:00 +0000 events/2020/clojured <div class="paragraph"> <p>The developer conference :clojureD premiered in 2015 and quickly evolved to the biggest annual Clojure conference in Germany. Software developers from all over the world meet in Berlin to share new, amazing and mind-blowing ideas and techniques. Besides a day of interesting talks :clojureD will be an opportunity to meet the German &amp; European Clojure community and share a good time together.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We hope to see you in Berlin for another great an inspiring :clojureD conference!</p> </div> ClojureBridge London https://clojure.org/events/2020/clojurebridge Fri, 21 Feb 2020 00:00:00 +0000 events/2020/clojurebridge <div class="paragraph"> <p>ClojureBridge is a fun, free and friendly workshop for trans/cis women and non-binary people. The workshop is suitable for people just starting to code, or people on their first language who are also Clojure curious.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>On the Friday evening we have members of the community sharing their development experiences and show what you can do with Clojure. We also help you install Clojure development tools (optional).</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>On Saturday we coach you through a day of small practical exercises, building responsive websites or creating simple games. We aim for 1-2-1 coaching so we can support you each step of the way.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The event is free of charge and run by unpaid volunteers from the Clojure community. While the workshop is primarily for trans/cis women &amp; non-binary attendees, our coaches and organisers are members of the local Clojure community of any gender or none. Everyone agrees to abide by the ClojureBridge Code of Conduct.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>If you are interested in attending, please register at <a href="https://www.bridgetroll.org/events/500">BridgeTroll</a>.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Thank you</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>London Clojurians</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p><a href="https://twitter.com/ldnclj">Twitter</a></p> </div> <div class="imageblock"> <div class="content"> <img src="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ClojureBridgeLondon/clojurebridge-logo-modern/master/clojurebridge-logo-modern-london.png" alt="ClojureBridge Logo"> </div> </div> IN/Clojure https://clojure.org/events/2020/inclojure Fri, 14 Feb 2020 00:00:00 +0000 events/2020/inclojure <div class="paragraph"> <p>IN/Clojure 2020 is the 4th edition of India&#8217;s annual Clojure and Clojurescript conference, and Asia&#8217;s first. We were also Asia&#8217;s only such conference, but no more; yay ClojuRU!</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>IN/Clojure strives to facilitate the free exchange of ideas between new and experienced Clojure programmers alike. Learning and networking opportunities abound across:</p> </div> <div class="ulist"> <ul> <li> <p>A single-track day of conference talks with 150-odd attendees and our awesome sponsors.</p> </li> <li> <p>A day of hands-on workshops having 80-100 participants across a track for newcomers and another for more experienced Clojurists.</p> </li> <li> <p>Oh, and the after-party(ies) and impromptu get-togethers that invariably happen.</p> </li> </ul> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Over the years, IN/Clojure has helped kick-start a series of Clojure workshops and meet-ups across the country. It has helped companies hiring Clojurists reach out to a wonderful community. And it has helped attendees make a strong case for Clojure/Clojurescript adoption in their companies.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We hope to make IN/Clojure 2020 bigger this year and continue our efforts to help foster the growing Clojure community in Asia/India.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>And we hope to see you there!</p> </div> <div class="ulist"> <ul> <li> <p>Propose a talk: <a href="https://hasgeek.com/inclojure/2020/proposals#call-for-proposal" class="bare">https://hasgeek.com/inclojure/2020/proposals#call-for-proposal</a></p> </li> <li> <p>Follow us for the latest-greatest: <a href="https://twitter.com/in_clojure" class="bare">https://twitter.com/in_clojure</a></p> </li> </ul> </div> Clojure Day Ukraine https://clojure.org/events/2019/clojureeua Sat, 7 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0000 events/2019/clojureeua <div class="paragraph"> <p>Two-day community driven event for everyone interested in Clojure and functional programming.</p> </div> ClojureX is cancelled https://clojure.org/events/2019/clojurex Mon, 2 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0000 events/2019/clojurex <div class="paragraph"> <p>Unfortunately the ClojureX conference scheduled for 2nd/3rd December 2019 has been cancelled.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>SkillsMatter, the company that owns, finances and runs the event has gone into financial administration and are effectively no longer a business. SkillsMatter have previously run 10 successful Clojure conferences in London and the future of this conference is unknown.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>London Clojurians appologies to all speakers who make travel plans or attendees who purchased tickets/travel. We do not know if any of this is recoverable.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>London Clojurians will share any further developments on this matter that are relevant to the Clojurian community as soon as we can.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Please use the #clojurex channel on the Clojurians Slack channel if you have questions and we will try our best to advise.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Again, our deepest appologies to all involved in this event.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Thank you<br> London Clojurians<br> <a href="https://twitter.com/ldnclj" class="bare">https://twitter.com/ldnclj</a></p> </div> <div class="imageblock"> <div class="content"> <img src="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/jr0cket/london-clojurians-logo/master/london-clojurians-logo.png" alt="London Clojurians logo"> </div> </div> re:Clojure https://clojure.org/events/2019/reclojure Mon, 2 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0000 events/2019/reclojure <div class="paragraph"> <p>We have the pleasure to invite you to <a href="https://reclojure.org">re:Clojure</a> - a brand new and free community driven conference, taking place in London on Dec 2nd, 2019 in an incredible venue. Many of the original ClojureX speakers will be there. Special thanks to the Clojure community and the sponsors for managing to put this together at such short notice. We look forward to seeing you there!</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Please reserve your seat at <a href="https://reclojure.org" class="bare">https://reclojure.org</a> and join #reclojure on Clojurians for more info.</p> </div> Clojure/conj https://clojure.org/events/2019/clojureconj Thu, 21 Nov 2019 00:00:00 +0000 events/2019/clojureconj <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure/conj is the original conference for Clojure and its community. Founded in 2010, the conference is the premier place for developers from all around the world to gather and learn about what is happening with the language, in the community, and within organizations using Clojure.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure/conj couples a session track with in-depth workshops and learning opportunities, and offers a unique opportunity to mingle with other developers, contributors, and professionals during a dense three-day event.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>This year&#8217;s event will be held in Durham, NC from Nov 21-Nov 23. The Conj offers a great mix of experienced Clojurists and new adopters and everyone can find something to suit their need.</p> </div> Cloju.ru https://clojure.org/events/2019/clojuru Sat, 26 Oct 2019 00:00:00 +0000 events/2019/clojuru <div class="paragraph"> <p>Cloju.ru is the first Russian Clojure conference, to be held in Moscow on October 26th. More than 70 attendees are expected, talks in English are welcome.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Call for presentations is open at <a href="mailto:orgs@cloju.ru">orgs@cloju.ru</a>.</p> </div> ClojuTRE https://clojure.org/events/2019/clojutre Thu, 26 Sep 2019 00:00:00 +0000 events/2019/clojutre <div class="paragraph"> <p>ClojuTRE is a two day Clojure and functional programming conference organized by <a href="http://www.metosin.fi/">Metosin</a>. The event has single track, late start, short talks and a funky after party for networking. We welcome both newbies and seasoned Clojurists and other FP enthusiasts. Next edition of the event will be held in Helsinki Thursday 26th - Friday 27th September 2019.</p> </div> <div class="ulist"> <ul> <li> <p>Tickets: <a href="https://www.eventbrite.com/e/clojutre2019-tickets-53048236704" class="bare">https://www.eventbrite.com/e/clojutre2019-tickets-53048236704</a></p> </li> </ul> </div> Clojure/South https://clojure.org/events/2019/clojuresouth Sun, 1 Sep 2019 00:00:00 +0000 events/2019/clojuresouth <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure/South will be held Aug 31-Sep 1 in São Paulo, Brazil. Clojure/South is the first Clojure conference in South America and is expected to have at least 500 attendees, making it one of the largest Clojure conferences in the world.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Stuart Halloway and David Chelimsky will be the keynote speakers for the event. A Call for Presentations is open from June 15-July 21 - see <a href="https://www.papercall.io/clojure-south">CFP</a>. Talks will be 40 minutes and there will be two session rooms.</p> </div> Heart of Clojure https://clojure.org/events/2019/heartofclojure Fri, 2 Aug 2019 00:00:00 +0000 events/2019/heartofclojure <div class="paragraph"> <p>A brand new Clojure conference in the heart of Europe. On August 2nd the European community comes together for two days of talks, activities, and summer fun.</p> </div> ClojureBridge London https://clojure.org/events/2019/clojurebridge-london-may-2019 Sat, 11 May 2019 00:00:00 +0000 events/2019/clojurebridge-london-may-2019 <div id="preamble"> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p><a href="https://clojurebridgelondon.github.io/">ClojureBridge London</a> is a fun, free and friendly workshop to support women(trans/cis) and non-binary people into software development. The workshop is suitable for people just starting to code, or people on their first language who are Clojure curious.</p> </div> </div> </div> <div class="sect2"> <h3 id="_event_overview"><a class="anchor" href="#_event_overview"></a>Event overview</h3> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Friday evening we have members of the community sharing their development experiences and demonstrating what you can do with Clojure. We also help you install Clojure development tools (optional).</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Saturday we coach you through a day of small practical exercises, building responsive websites or creating simple games. We aim for 1-2-1 coaching so we can support you each step of the way.</p> </div> </div> <div class="sect2"> <h3 id="_requirements"><a class="anchor" href="#_requirements"></a>Requirements</h3> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Each participant requires their own laptop with either MacOSX, Linux or Windows operating system. We help you set up your laptop for Clojure during the Friday evening (optional if you are just starting to code).</p> </div> </div> <div class="sect2"> <h3 id="_why_learn_clojure"><a class="anchor" href="#_why_learn_clojure"></a>Why learn Clojure?</h3> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure is a small language with a simple design that can be used to build apps for the web, mobile apps, and even desktop apps. Clojure is a great choice for those new to programming, or existing developers who want to learn about functional programming and use it in the software industry.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure has a huge amount of libraries available to help you build a wide range of apps really quickly. You can use all the libraries from its host platforms, JavaScript/Node.js, Java or Microsoft .Net, too.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>For more information, please take a look at the <a href="https://clojurebridgelondon.github.io/">ClojureBridge London website</a></p> </div> </div> <div class="sect2"> <h3 id="_our_sponsor"><a class="anchor" href="#_our_sponsor"></a>Our Sponsor</h3> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Thank you to our sponsor <a href="https://functional.works-hub.com/">Functional Works</a> for providing the venue and all the food and refreshments for the event. We will aim to have 50% vegetarian food and around 10% of that will be vegan. We can always increase this based on you feedback.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Functional Works are breaking down the barriers of hiring the right software engineers and providing a platform for managing the whole process (written in ClojureScript).</p> </div> <div class="imageblock"> <div class="content"> <img src="https://www.works-hub.com/images/homepage/walkthrough02.svg" alt="Functional Works"> </div> </div> </div> <div class="sect2"> <h3 id="_who_is_involved"><a class="anchor" href="#_who_is_involved"></a>Who is involved</h3> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The event is free of charge and run by unpaid volunteers from the Clojure community. While the workshop is primarily for trans/cis women &amp; non-binary attendees, our coaches and organisers are members of the local Clojure community of any gender or none. Everyone agrees to abide by the Bridge Foundry Code of Conduct. If anyone is interested in volunteering as a coach, take a look at the workshop content and if you understand the basic Clojure we cover then you can coach. Coach training is provided around a week before the event</p> </div> <div class="sect3"> <h4 id="_volunteer_details"><a class="anchor" href="#_volunteer_details"></a>Volunteer Details</h4> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Be sure to work through the exercises in the ClojureBridge London workshop before the coach training event.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p><a href="https://clojurebridgelondon.github.io/workshop/" class="bare">https://clojurebridgelondon.github.io/workshop/</a></p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>If you are interested in coaching students with some coding experience, also take a look at the projects in the workshop and have one of the recommended editors/IDE&#8217;s installed.</p> </div> </div> <div class="sect3"> <h4 id="_student_details"><a class="anchor" href="#_student_details"></a>Student Details</h4> <div class="paragraph"> <p>All students need to bring their own laptop and power adaptor</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>If you want to build websites or games, then you will need to install development tools for Clojure. We can help with this on the Friday evening (or Saturday if required). Instructions are on our website <a href="https://clojurebridgelondon.github.io/workshop/development-tools/" class="bare">https://clojurebridgelondon.github.io/workshop/development-tools/</a></p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Thank you<br> London Clojurians<br> <a href="https://twitter.com/ldnclj" class="bare">https://twitter.com/ldnclj</a></p> </div> <div class="imageblock"> <div class="content"> <img src="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/jr0cket/london-clojurians-logo/master/london-clojurians-logo.png" alt="London Clojurians logo"> </div> </div> </div> </div> Clojure/north https://clojure.org/events/2019/clojurenorth Fri, 19 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0000 events/2019/clojurenorth <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure/north is Canada&#8217;s first Clojure conference. It is a non-profit event from the Clojure community for the community with three main objectives.</p> </div> <div class="olist arabic"> <ol class="arabic"> <li> <p>Share knowledge within the Clojure community</p> </li> <li> <p>Grow the Clojure community by offering accessible talks to newcomers</p> </li> <li> <p>Demonstrate with the broader community how Clojure is being used to solve problems</p> </li> </ol> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We hope to see you there!</p> </div> <div class="ulist"> <ul> <li> <p>CFP: <a href="https://clojurenorth.typeform.com/to/YuveUZ" class="bare">https://clojurenorth.typeform.com/to/YuveUZ</a></p> </li> <li> <p>Tickets: <a href="https://ti.to/clojure-north/clojure-north-2019" class="bare">https://ti.to/clojure-north/clojure-north-2019</a></p> </li> </ul> </div> Dutch Clojure Day https://clojure.org/events/2019/dutchclojureday Sat, 6 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0000 events/2019/dutchclojureday <div class="paragraph"> <p>The Annual Gathering of Clojure Enthusiasts and Practitioners in the Netherlands!</p> </div> <div class="ulist"> <ul> <li> <p>CFP: <a href="https://www.papercall.io/dcd19" class="bare">https://www.papercall.io/dcd19</a></p> </li> </ul> </div> :clojureD https://clojure.org/events/2019/clojured Sat, 23 Feb 2019 00:00:00 +0000 events/2019/clojured <div class="paragraph"> <p>The developer conference :clojureD premiered in 2015 and quickly evolved to the biggest annual Clojure conference in Germany. Software developers from all over the world meet in Berlin to share new, amazing and mind-blowing ideas and techniques. Besides a day of interesting talks :clojureD will be an opportunity to meet the German &amp; European Clojure community and share a good time together.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We hope to see you in Berlin for another great an inspiring :clojureD conference!</p> </div> IN/Clojure https://clojure.org/events/2019/inclojure Fri, 11 Jan 2019 00:00:00 +0000 events/2019/inclojure <div class="paragraph"> <p>IN/Clojure 2019 is the third edition of Asia&#8217;s first Clojure conference. Our goal with this conference is to nurture the growing community of Clojure programmers in India. We expect to have a mix of experienced Clojure programmers and enthusiasts.</p> </div> ClojureX https://clojure.org/events/2018/clojurex Mon, 3 Dec 2018 00:00:00 +0000 events/2018/clojurex <div class="paragraph"> <p>The eighth edition of Clojure eXchange (ClojureX) annual conference takes place in London, UK on the 3rd &amp; 4th December 2018.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Its a two-day fun-packed conference that attracts speakers from around the world along with local developers in the community sharing their experiences.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Help make our conference amazing and diverse by <a href="https://skillsmatter.com/conferences/10459-clojure-exchange-2018#get_involved">submitting to our Call For Papers</a> and take a look at the video&#8217;s from previous conferences.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We hope you will <a href="https://skillsmatter.com/conferences/10459-clojure-exchange-2018">join us</a> and meet hundreds of people from the London Clojurians community and many other like-minded people from around the world.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Thank you<br> London Clojurians<br> <a href="https://twitter.com/ldnclj" class="bare">https://twitter.com/ldnclj</a></p> </div> <div class="imageblock"> <div class="content"> <img src="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/jr0cket/london-clojurians-logo/master/london-clojurians-logo.png" alt="London Clojurians logo"> </div> </div> Clojure/conj https://clojure.org/events/2018/clojureconj Thu, 29 Nov 2018 00:00:00 +0000 events/2018/clojureconj <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure/conj is the original conference for Clojure and its community. Founded in 2010, the conference is the premier place for developers from all around the world to gather and learn about what is happening with the language, in the community, and within organizations using Clojure.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure/conj couples a session track with in-depth workshops and learning opportunities, and offers a unique opportunity to mingle with other developers, contributors, and professionals during a dense three-day event.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>This year&#8217;s event will be held in Durham, NC from Nov 29-Dec 1st. The Conj offers a great mix of experienced Clojurists and new adopters and everyone can find something to suit their need.</p> </div> ClojuTRE https://clojure.org/events/2018/clojutre Fri, 14 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0000 events/2018/clojutre <div class="paragraph"> <p>ClojuTRE is a Clojure conference organized by <a href="http://www.metosin.fi/">Metosin</a>. The event has single track, late start, short talks (20 minutes and 5 minutes Q&amp;A) and a funky after party for networking, discussions and craft beer. We welcome both newbies and seasoned Clojurists.</p> </div> Dutch Clojure Day https://clojure.org/events/2018/dutchclojureday Sat, 21 Apr 2018 00:00:00 +0000 events/2018/dutchclojureday <div class="paragraph"> <p>The Annual Gathering of Clojure Enthusiasts and Practitioners in the Netherlands!</p> </div> <div class="ulist"> <ul> <li> <p>CFP: <a href="https://www.papercall.io/dcd18" class="bare">https://www.papercall.io/dcd18</a></p> </li> <li> <p>Register: <a href="https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dutch-clojure-day-2018-tickets-41749338395" class="bare">https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dutch-clojure-day-2018-tickets-41749338395</a></p> </li> </ul> </div> :clojureD https://clojure.org/events/2018/clojured Sat, 24 Feb 2018 00:00:00 +0000 events/2018/clojured <div class="paragraph"> <p>The developer conference :clojureD premiered in 2015 and quickly evolved to the biggest annual Clojure conference in Germany. Software developers from all over the world meet in Berlin to share new, amazing and mind-blowing ideas and techniques. Besides a day of interesting talks :clojureD will be an opportunity to meet the German &amp; European Clojure community and share a good time together.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The Call for Proposals is on from 01. September to 31. October, Ticket Sale started 1. October.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We hope to see you in Berlin for another great an inspiring :clojureD conference!</p> </div> Clojure SYNC https://clojure.org/events/2018/clojure-sync Thu, 15 Feb 2018 00:00:00 +0000 events/2018/clojure-sync <div class="paragraph"> <p>It’s a synchronous event, in a syncretist city with syncopated music, about an async language. On February 15th and 16th, 2018, two hundred Clojurists from around the world, like yourselves, will come to the heart of New Orleans to enjoy talks about humanity, business, and code through the lens of Clojure and Functional Programming.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The topics are different from what we’re used to at other conferences. If Strange Loop is about the confluence of industry and academia, Clojure SYNC is about the connections between our skills, our work, and the history of technology. If you like the PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter, you’ll love the talks at Clojure SYNC. An explicit goal of the conference is to broaden our perspectives on the history of computing and how it fits into the history of humanity.</p> </div> IN/Clojure https://clojure.org/events/2018/inclojure Fri, 12 Jan 2018 00:00:00 +0000 events/2018/inclojure <div class="paragraph"> <p>IN/Clojure 2018 is the second edition of Asia&#8217;s first Clojure conference. Our goal with this conference is to nurture the growing community of Clojure programmers in India. We expect to have a mix of experienced Clojure programmers and enthusiasts.</p> </div> ClojureX https://clojure.org/events/2017/clojurex Mon, 4 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0000 events/2017/clojurex <div class="paragraph"> <p>The seventh edition of Clojure eXchange (ClojureX) annual conference takes place in London, UK on the 4th &amp; 5th December 2017.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Its a two-day fun-packed conference that attracts speakers from around the world and local developers in the community sharing their experiences.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Have your say in how we put the conference together via our <a href="https://skillsmatter.com/conferences/8783-clojure-exchange-2017#get_involved">Call For Thoughts</a> and take a look at the video&#8217;s from previous conferences.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We hope you will <a href="https://skillsmatter.com/conferences/8783-clojure-exchange-2017">join us</a> and meet hundreds of people from the London Clojurians community and many other like-minded people from around the world.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Thank you<br> London Clojurians<br> <a href="https://twitter.com/ldnclj" class="bare">https://twitter.com/ldnclj</a></p> </div> <div class="imageblock"> <div class="content"> <img src="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/jr0cket/london-clojurians-logo/master/london-clojurians-text-highlight-lambda-jr0cket.png" alt="London Clojurians logo"> </div> </div> Clojure/conj https://clojure.org/events/2017/clojureconj Thu, 12 Oct 2017 00:00:00 +0000 events/2017/clojureconj <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure/conj is the original conference for Clojure and its community. Founded in 2010, the conference is the premier place for developers from all around the world to gather and learn about what is happening with the language, in the community, and within organizations using Clojure.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure/conj couples a session track with in-depth workshops and learning opportunities, and offers a unique opportunity to mingle with other developers, contributors, and professionals during a dense three-day event.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>This year&#8217;s event will be held in Baltimore, MD from October 12-14. The Conj offers a great mix of experienced Clojurists and new adopters and everyone can find something to suit their need. This will be a special year for the Conj as Clojure will celebrate it&#8217;s 10th birthday!</p> </div> ClojureBridge San Francisco https://clojure.org/events/2017/clojurebridge-sanfrancisco Fri, 15 Sep 2017 00:00:00 +0000 events/2017/clojurebridge-sanfrancisco <div class="paragraph"> <p>ClojureBridge is a free 1-day workshop aimed at increasing the participation of women, trans* and non-binary gender individuals in the Clojure community. The workshop is intended for those new to programming as well as individuals with some programming experience who would like to explore programming using Clojure, a modern functional programming language.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The workshop will introduce participants to fundamental programming concepts and approaches.</p> </div> clojuTRE https://clojure.org/events/2017/clojutre Sat, 2 Sep 2017 00:00:00 +0000 events/2017/clojutre <div class="paragraph"> <p>clojuTRE is a Clojure conference organized by <a href="http://www.metosin.fi/">Metosin</a>. The event has single track, late start, short talks (20 minutes and 5 minutes Q&amp;A) and a funky after party for networking, discussions and draft beer. We welcome both newbies and seasoned Clojurists.</p> </div> EuroClojure https://clojure.org/events/2017/euroclojure Thu, 20 Jul 2017 00:00:00 +0000 events/2017/euroclojure <div class="paragraph"> <p>EuroClojure is the largest Clojure conference in Europe and draws developers from all over the continent to gather and learn what is happening with the language, in the community, and within organizations using Clojure. This year&#8217;s event will be held in Berlin, Germany from July 20-21. EuroClojure offers a great mix of experienced Clojurists and new adopters and everyone can find something to suit their needs.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>EuroClojure is a Cognitect event.</p> </div> ClojureBridge Tampere https://clojure.org/events/2017/clojurebridge-tampere Sat, 6 May 2017 00:00:00 +0000 events/2017/clojurebridge-tampere <div class="paragraph"> <p>Note: this event will be held in Finnish. + Huom: tämä tapahtuma on suomenkielinen.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Tapahtuma järjestetään lauantaina 6.5.2017 klo 10-18 Tampereella Futuricen toimistolla, Kelloportinkatu 1D, 33100 Tampere.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>ClojureBridgen tarkoituksena on lisätä monimuotoisuutta Clojure-yhteisössä tarjoamalla ilmaisia, aloittelijaystävällisiä koodaustyöpajoja naisille.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>ClojureBridge on ilmainen ja tarkoitettu kaikille, jotka identifioituvat naiseksi.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Vaatimuksena on, että osallistujalla on oma kannettava tietokone, jossa wifi sekä johon on oikeus asentaa ohjelmia (eli ns. adminoikeudet). Mikäli käytät windows-konetta, on käyttöjärjestelmän oltava vähintään windows 7.</p> </div> Clojure/west https://clojure.org/events/2017/clojurewest Thu, 30 Mar 2017 00:00:00 +0000 events/2017/clojurewest <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure/west is the biggest Clojure conference in the western United States. Founded in 2012, the conference is a great place to meet Clojure developers and learn about what is happening in the language, in the community, and in companies using Clojure. Clojure/west features two tracks of sessions.</p> </div> Dutch Clojure Day https://clojure.org/events/2017/dutchclojureday Sat, 25 Mar 2017 00:00:00 +0000 events/2017/dutchclojureday <div class="paragraph"> <p>The Annual Gathering of Clojure Enthusiasts and Practitioners in the Netherlands!</p> </div> ClojureBridge Seoul https://clojure.org/events/2017/clojurebridge-seoul Sat, 18 Mar 2017 00:00:00 +0000 events/2017/clojurebridge-seoul <div class="paragraph"> <p>ClojureBridge is a free 1-day workshop aimed at increasing the participation of women in the Clojure community. It will be held in Seoul, on Saturday March 18th, 2017 with an optional install fest on Friday March 17th, 2017 in the evening. The workshop is intended both for those new to programming, as well as those with some programming experience who would like to explore programming using Clojure, a modern functional programming language.</p> </div> ClojureBridge Boston https://clojure.org/events/2017/clojurebridge-boston Fri, 17 Mar 2017 00:00:00 +0000 events/2017/clojurebridge-boston <div class="paragraph"> <p>ClojureBridge Workshop is aimed at increasing women&#8217;s participation in the Clojure community. A free 1-day workshop will be held in Cambridge, MA on Saturday March 18, 2017 with an optional install fest on Friday late afternoon March 17, 2017. The workshop helps explore programming using Clojure, a modern functional programming language, and is intended both for those new to programming and those with some programming experience.</p> </div> ClojureBridge Buenos Aires https://clojure.org/events/2017/clojurebridge-ba Fri, 10 Mar 2017 00:00:00 +0000 events/2017/clojurebridge-ba <div class="paragraph"> <p>The first workshop of ClojureBridge Buenos Aires (and first in South America)!</p> </div> :clojureD https://clojure.org/events/2017/clojured Sat, 25 Feb 2017 00:00:00 +0000 events/2017/clojured <div class="paragraph"> <p>:clojureD is an independent non-profit conference from the Clojure community for the Clojure community. Focus points will be interesting developments and ideas in the global Clojure community as well as introductory-level talks highlighting the fun aspects of learning and messing with Clojure. Besides a day of interesting talks :clojureD will be an opportunity to meet the German &amp; European Clojure community and share a good time together.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The conference will be held in English.</p> </div> ClojureBridge Toronto https://clojure.org/events/2017/clojurebridge-toronto Fri, 24 Feb 2017 00:00:00 +0000 events/2017/clojurebridge-toronto <div class="paragraph"> <p>ClojureBridge is a free 1-day workshop aimed at increasing the participation of women in the Clojure community. It will be held in Toronto, on Saturday February 25th, 2017 with an optional install fest on Friday February 24th, 2017 in the evening. The workshop is intended both for those new to programming, as well as those with some programming experience who would like to explore programming using Clojure, a modern functional programming language.</p> </div> Clojure Remote https://clojure.org/events/2017/clojureremote Thu, 9 Feb 2017 00:00:00 +0000 events/2017/clojureremote <div class="paragraph"> <p>The second edition of Clojure Remote takes place this February 9th &amp; 10th, 2017.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure Remote is an online Clojure conference targeted at <strong>practicing</strong> Clojure developers. During the two-day event, you&#8217;ll experience not only talks, but interactive tutorials and workshops. All these sessions will culminate in a team breakout session where you can explore the new ideas teeming in your head with speaker assistance and the help of your team.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>As with <a href="https://2016.clojureremote.com">Clojure Remote 2016</a>, videos and source from the conference will be made freely available after the conference as a gift to the community.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure Remote&#8217;s schedule is being developed iteratively this year. Visit the <a href="https://clojureremote.com/schedule">current schedule here</a>, or <a href="https://clojureremote.com">the homepage</a> for event information and tickets.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We hope to see you and your team at the conference this year!</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Cheers,<br> Ryan Neufeld at Clojure Remote<br> <a href="https://twitter.com/clojureremote" class="bare">https://twitter.com/clojureremote</a></p> </div> <div class="imageblock"> <div class="content"> <img src="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/clojureremote/cr17/master/logos/Expanded-1000px.png" alt="Clojure Remote logo"> </div> </div> ClojureBridge Kraków, Poland https://clojure.org/events/2016/clojurebridge_krakow Fri, 2 Dec 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/clojurebridge_krakow <div class="paragraph"> <p>We&#8217;re aiming the event at women who are new to programming. The mentors are experienced developers, but perhaps not Clojure experts – we&#8217;ll all be learning.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We&#8217;ll meet on Friday evening to install Clojure and all of the software we need. On Saturday, we will learn to code Clojure.</p> </div> Clojure/conj https://clojure.org/events/2016/clojureconj Thu, 1 Dec 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/clojureconj <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure/conj is the original conference for Clojure and its community. Founded in 2010, the conference is the premier place for developers from all around the world to gather and learn about what is happening with the language, in the community, and within organizations using Clojure.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure/conj couples a session track with in-depth workshops and learning opportunities, and offers a unique opportunity to mingle with other developers, contributors, and professionals during a dense three-day event.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>This year&#8217;s event will be held in Austin, TX from December 1-3. The Conj offers a great mix of experienced Clojurists and new adopters and everyone can find something to suit their need.</p> </div> Clojure eXchange https://clojure.org/events/2016/clojureexchange Thu, 1 Dec 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/clojureexchange <div class="paragraph"> <p>If you&#8217;re looking for the best place to learn about Clojure, Functional Programming and network with like-minded people, then the Clojure eXchange 2016 is the conference you simply can&#8217;t miss! Meet with the world&#8217;s leading experts, learn how to use Clojure in your team and discuss war stories with your peers.</p> </div> InClojure https://clojure.org/events/2016/inclojure Sat, 26 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/inclojure <div class="paragraph"> <p>InClojure is India’s first conference focused on the many joys of Clojure. The inaugural edition will be held in Pune, India on November 26th, 2016. InClojure 2016 will be a 1-day, single track conference with 5 or 6 high quality talks and plenty of time for interaction and Q&amp;A. Our goal with this conference is to nurture the small but growing community of Clojure programmers in India. We expect to have between 100 to 150 attendees from India and abroad, with a mix of experienced Clojure programmers and enthusiasts.</p> </div> ClojureBridge Berlin Germany https://clojure.org/events/2016/clojurebridge_berlin_2 Fri, 25 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/clojurebridge_berlin_2 <div class="paragraph"> <p>We are offing this workshop to help make the Clojure community more accessible to a diverse range of participants. As such, registration is open to people who identify as a woman or have a nonbinary gender identity. Note that our coaches and organizers who will also be present at the event are members of the local Clojure community of various genders.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We&#8217;ll meet up Friday late afternoon to install all of the software you need, and then spend Saturday learning and writing code. You will learn and practice in small groups of 2 to 4 attendees each.</p> </div> ClojureBridge London - November https://clojure.org/events/2016/clojurebridge_london_3 Tue, 15 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/clojurebridge_london_3 <div class="paragraph"> <p>ClojureBridge London aims to further increase diversity within the Clojure community by offering free, beginner-friendly Clojure programming workshops for under-represented groups in technology. Priority is given to those who identify as women, trans-gener or non-binary gender. Males may register as a guest of one of these participants.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Its essential to attend the evening session on the 25th November if you wish to attend the workshop the next day. This avoids delays to getting started with the workshop.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Food and drinks will be provided throughout the event, so please let us know if you have any special requirements when you register.</p> </div> ClojureBridge Austin https://clojure.org/events/2016/clojurebridge_austin Sun, 6 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/clojurebridge_austin <div class="paragraph"> <p><a href="http://www.clojurebridge.org/">ClojureBridge Workshops</a> are intended for Women Developers and those that identify as Women.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Learn Clojure, a functional language built on top of java. We will use Clojure to build a simple web app, learning as we go.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Experience Needed: You should be familiar with basic coding and have a laptop able to run Java 1.8.</p> </div> ClojureBridge Minnesota https://clojure.org/events/2016/clojurebridge_minneapolis Fri, 4 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/clojurebridge_minneapolis <div class="paragraph"> <p>ClojureBridge aims to increase diversity within the Clojure community by offering free, beginner-friendly Clojure programming workshops for underrepresented groups in tech.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>We&#8217;ll meet up Friday night to install all of the software you need on your laptop, and then spend Saturday learning and writing code:</p> </div> <div class="ulist"> <ul> <li> <p>Track1: simple application</p> </li> <li> <p>Track2: basic syntax, data structure and more</p> </li> </ul> </div> EuroClojure https://clojure.org/events/2016/euroclojure Tue, 25 Oct 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/euroclojure <div class="paragraph"> <p>EuroClojure is the largest Clojure conference in Europe and draws developers from all over the continent to gather and learn what is happening with the language, in the community, and within organizations using Clojure. This year&#8217;s event will be held in Bratislava, Slovakia from October 25-26. EuroClojure offers a great mix of experienced Clojurists and new adopters and everyone can find something to suit their needs.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>EuroClojure is a Cognitect event.</p> </div> ClojureBridge San Francisco https://clojure.org/events/2016/clojurebridge_sanfrancisco Fri, 21 Oct 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/clojurebridge_sanfrancisco <div class="paragraph"> <p>ClojureBridge, a free 1-day workshop aimed at increasing the participation of women in the Clojure community, will be held in San Francisco on Saturday October 22 2016 with an optional install fest on Friday October 21 2016 in the late afternoon. The workshop is intended both for those new to programming, as well as those with some programming experience, who would like to explore programming using Clojure, a modern functional programming language.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The workshop will introduce you to fundamental programming concepts and approaches. Participants can choose between two tracks, based on their programming experience.</p> </div> ClojureBridge Boston https://clojure.org/events/2016/clojurebridge_boston Fri, 14 Oct 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/clojurebridge_boston <div id="preamble"> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>ClojureBridge Workshop is aimed at increasing women&#8217;s participation in the Clojure community. A free 1-day workshop will be held in Cambridge, MA on Saturday October 15 2016 with an optional install fest on Friday late afternoon October 14 2016. The workshop is intended both for those new to programming, as well as those with some programming experience, who would like to explore programming using Clojure, a modern functional programming language.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The workshop will introduce you to fundamental programming concepts and approaches. Participants can choose between two tracks, based on their programming experience. Participants can install the required software for the workshop by themselves. For those who would like help or prefer to to install software as a group, we will meet Friday late afternoon to install all of the software. Saturday will be spent learning and practicing Clojure programming. You will be working in small groups of 2 to 4 attendees each. Each participant needs to bring a laptop computer with a fairly recent operating system (Mac, Linux or Windows). If you have questions about your hardware or you don’t have a laptop, don’t hesitate to send an email to the organizers before the event.</p> </div> </div> </div> <div class="sect1"> <h2 id="_who_can_attend"><a class="anchor" href="#_who_can_attend"></a>Who can attend?</h2> <div class="sectionbody"> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The workshop is open to all women, trans*, and gender nonconforming people. Men are welcome if they are an invited guest of a student who qualifies by the above definition. Attendees inviting a guest should select quantity 2 when signing up for tickets, and fill out their guest&#8217;s information in the 2nd ticket.</p> </div> </div> </div> ClojureBridge London - Fall https://clojure.org/events/2016/clojurebridge_london_2 Fri, 30 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/clojurebridge_london_2 <div class="paragraph"> <p>ClojureBridge London aims to further increase diversity within the Clojure community by offering free, beginner-friendly Clojure programming workshops for underrepresented groups in tech. Priority is given to those who identify as women, trans-gener or non-binary gender. Males may register as a guest of one of these participants.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The workshop material supports those with little or no programming experience and introduces them to programming concepts. We organise attendees into small groups with at least one teacher and one assistant.</p> </div> clojuTRE https://clojure.org/events/2016/clojutre Sat, 10 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/clojutre <div class="paragraph"> <p>clojuTRE is a free Clojure conference organized by <a href="http://www.metosin.fi/">Metosin</a>. The event has single track, late start, short talks (20 minutes and 5 minutes Q&amp;A) and a funky after party for networking, discussions and draft beer. We welcome both newbies and seasoned Clojurists.</p> </div> Clojure and thi.ng for 3D Printing https://clojure.org/events/2016/thing-sept Sat, 10 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/thing-sept <div class="paragraph"> <p>3D printing technology is becoming ever more affordable and there&#8217;s no shortage of design tools. However, this workshop is for anyone interested in using an algorithmic approach to fabricate physical objects and do so using a language &amp; toolset, which makes playing with data and geometry truly joyful. Over the two days of this workshop, you&#8217;ll will learn hands-on some of the endless potential, which procedural generation can bring to the field of digital fabrication. And, you&#8217;ll not only be able to take home your own 3D printed object, but too learn about important skills and pitfalls to watch out for in your future practice with these technologies.</p> </div> ClojureBridge Pittsburgh https://clojure.org/events/2016/clojurebridge_pittsburgh Fri, 9 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/clojurebridge_pittsburgh <div class="paragraph"> <p><a href="http://www.clojurebridge.org/">ClojureBridge</a> aims to increase diversity within the Clojure community by offering free, beginner-friendly Clojure programming workshops for women.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>In this workshop, we&#8217;ll introduce you to the fundamentals of the Clojure programming language. We&#8217;ll meet up Friday night to install all of the software you need, and then spend Saturday learning and writing code.</p> </div> ClojureBridge NYC https://clojure.org/events/2016/clojurebridge_nyc Fri, 22 Jul 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/clojurebridge_nyc <div class="paragraph"> <p><a href="http://www.clojurebridge.org/">ClojureBridge</a> aims to increase diversity within the Clojure community by offering free, beginner-friendly Clojure programming workshops for women.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>In this workshop, we&#8217;ll introduce you to the fundamentals of the Clojure programming language. We&#8217;ll meet up Friday night to install all of the software you need, and then spend Saturday learning and writing code.</p> </div> Clojure/west https://clojure.org/events/2016/clojurewest Fri, 15 Apr 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/clojurewest <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure/west is the biggest Clojure conference in the western United States. Founded in 2012, the conference is a great place to meet Clojure developers and learn about what is happening in the language, in the community, and in companies using Clojure. Clojure/west features two tracks of sessions.</p> </div> ClojureBridge Seattle https://clojure.org/events/2016/clojurebridge_seattle Fri, 8 Apr 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/clojurebridge_seattle <div class="paragraph"> <p>In this workshop, we&#8217;ll introduce you to the fundamentals of the Clojure programming language. We&#8217;ll meet up Friday night to install all of the software you need, and then spend Saturday learning and writing code.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>This event is intentionally timed to be the weekend before the big west coast Clojure conference (Clojure/West), which is also being held here in Seattle.</p> </div> Dutch Clojure Days https://clojure.org/events/2016/dutch_clojure_days Sat, 19 Mar 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/dutch_clojure_days <div class="paragraph"> <p>The Annual Gathering of Clojure Enthusiasts and Practitioners in the Netherlands!</p> </div> :clojureD https://clojure.org/events/2016/clojured Sat, 20 Feb 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/clojured <div class="paragraph"> <p>:clojureD is an independent non-profit conference from the Clojure community for the Clojure community. Focus points will be interesting developments and ideas in the global Clojure community as well as introductory-level talks highlighting the fun aspects of learning and messing with Clojure. Besides a day of interesting talks :clojureD will be an opportunity to meet the German &amp; European Clojure community and share a good time together.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>The conference will be held in English.</p> </div> ClojureBridge London https://clojure.org/events/2016/clojurebridge_london Fri, 19 Feb 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/clojurebridge_london <div class="paragraph"> <p>We&#8217;re offering this workshop to help make the Clojure community more accessible to a diverse range of participants. As such, this event is only welcoming participants who identify as female or nonbinary. Males may register as a guest of one of these participants.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>This workshop is intended for those with none/some programming experience.</p> </div> Clojure Remote https://clojure.org/events/2016/clojureremote Thu, 11 Feb 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/clojureremote <div class="paragraph"> <p>This February, Homegrown Labs presents Clojure Remote—Clojure’s first exclusively Remote conference. Join us anywhere; from your home, your office, or the coffee shop.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Over two days, you’ll join hundreds of other Clojurists online via crowdcast.io to enjoy up to two tracks of beginner to intermediate Clojure talks.</p> </div> ClojureBridge Berlin https://clojure.org/events/2016/clojurebridge_berlin Fri, 22 Jan 2016 00:00:00 +0000 events/2016/clojurebridge_berlin <div class="paragraph"> <p>This 2-day-workshop will be held in Berlin, Germany, on January 22 &amp; 23, 2015. We will use Clojure, a modern programming language, to introduce you to fundamental programming concepts and build a sample app using Clojure.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Total programming novices, system administrators, developers in other languages, and folks who attended our previous workshops are all welcome. We&#8217;ll have different classes separated by experience level.</p> </div> Clojure eXchange https://clojure.org/events/2015/clojurex Thu, 3 Dec 2015 00:00:00 +0000 events/2015/clojurex <div class="paragraph"> <p>Do you want to explore the latest innovations in Clojure and meet with your peers attempting to solve complex software problems using this Functional language?</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Clojure&#8217;s rise to prominence and it&#8217;s increasing popularity as 'weapon of choice' for tackling complex software problems got us thinking; wouldn&#8217;t it be great to get the world&#8217;s greatest Clojure experts in London with hundreds of fellow Clojurians? Well, we thought so too.</p> </div>