Monday, March 12, 2012

Looking Forward to Clojure West

This may sound like an advertisement, but hey, I am really looking forward to the conference.

Clojure West starts this Friday, March 16. Two days, 4 keynotes, 3 tracks with numerous sessions. There is going to be an Overtone jam session (with Heroku buying the beer), and we will get to see how they do Swarm Coding in Seattle.

I don't think I will be able to finish watching all of the videos from the last conference before this one starts. Two I recently watched that I really enjoyed were Kevin Lynagh discussing the advantages of ClojureScript over JavaScript from the 2011 Conj, and Chris Houser talking about Finger Trees (which look really useful despite the strange name) from the 2010 Conj. Both Lynagh and Houser are giving presentations at this conference as well.

There are still spaces available. It is also possible to get tickets for just Friday or just Saturday if that appeals to you. See you there?

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