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2 DAY CONFERENCE

Clojure eXchange 2019

Topics covered at #clojurex
Book Now: £650 £495 + VAT Book by 2nd Sep and Save £155!

Monday, 2nd - Tuesday, 3rd December at CodeNode, London

6 experts. will be speaking. Starts at 12:00 AM.

If you're looking for the best place to learn about Clojure, Functional Programming and network with like-minded people, then Clojure eXchange 2019 is the conference you simply can't miss. Meet with the world's leading experts on Clojure and learn the latest concepts and applications of Clojure to help your teams in their projects.


Join us at Clojure eXchange 2019 on December 2nd-3rd

We are proud to announce that Zach Tellman and Chris McCormick will be keynoting at Clojure eXchange 2019!

Whether you are new or experienced with Clojure, coming down to Clojure eXchange is a great way to meet and share ideas with passionate developers, learn new skills with Clojure as well as see how it can be applied in a myriad of ways to help you in your current projects.

Once again we are aiming to share the latest trends in the cloud world and cover all levels of expertise. Keep an eye on the programme for all updates on our line-up!


Call for Papers is now CLOSED

Thanks for submitting a proposal, the response's been overwhelming and we are currently working on selecting talks. Click here to stay up to date and find out more on speakers as we'll start publishing the line-up very soon!


Diversity Scholarship Plan

Skills Matter is proud to share our Diversity Scholarship Plan which provides support to those from traditionally under-represented and/or marginalised groups who may not normally have the opportunity to attend this event.

More information here.

Volunteer

Get a free ticket in exchange for some help setting up the conference and a few hours on the days of the conference.

More information here.


Code of Conduct

We are committed to providing a friendly, safe and welcoming environment for all. Learn more in our Code of Conduct.



Tickets

Payment by major credit/debit cards, PayPal & Bank Transfer is accepted.

Book Now →

Programme

Learn more about the expert speakers and topics.

View The Programme →

Watch Last Year's Talks

View free SkillsCast recordings of last year's talks.

View SkillsCasts →



Excited? Share it!

Thanks to our sponsors

Unleash the Power of the REPL

Clojure provides some powerful tools out of the box for development and debugging. The best known that you probably use is the REPL (Read Evaluate Print Loop) that enables developers a much easier way to interact with a running Clojure project and gives you more code clarity by making it possible to find the source of bugs much more quickly, and ultimately understand the code and flow better.

In this talk Dana will go back to the basics and dive into how to best leverage REPL a tool that every Clojure developer uses on a daily basis, with real code examples, and get the most out of leveraging the stack trace, as well as code inspection with prints & logs. By better understanding the power of these tools, you will be able to drill down and isolate the issues so you can debug them via the REPL and solve them more quickly - and hone your Clojure skills.

Dana Borinski

Dana is a software developer who is passionate about technology, loves to solve problems and make things work. She is a fan of clean code and obsessed with improving performance especially on high scale systems. She fell in love with functional programming when she became an avid Clojurian when she joined AppsFlyer. In her (very little) spare time she enjoys hitting the slopes and snowboarding.

Exploring REPL tooling with a socket prepl

Come with Oliver on a quick peek under the hood of your current wonderful tools followed by a dive into what a socket prepl is and how it works. You will discover his opinions and ideas about these different tooling foundations through my Neovim plugin project, Conjure. https://github.com/Olical/conjure

Oliver Caldwell

Language and text editor nerd writing Clojure for fun and profit at Signal. Lover of snowboards and custom built keyboards.

The Art of Graceful Shutdown

Shutting applications down gracefully is an undervalued aspect of software development that when overlooked can lead to subtle and difficult to identify errors. In a world where everyone embraces continuous delivery/deployment (or the Erlang philosophy of "let it crash") applications stop and need to shut down far more frequently. The more frequently they shut down the greater the chance of seeing these errors. In this talk, you will discover a few different aspects required to get graceful shutdown right. First, you will begin with a refresher of operating system signals and how they relate to containers. You will work your way up to how to handle signals on the JVM in Clojure (in conjunction with build tools). You'll then take a closer look at Clojure and some of the asynchronous patterns applied. In particular, you'll take a look at libraries like core.async and web servers.

Hugo Firth

Hugo is a full-stack engineer with Signal AI where he spends his days building the News Monitoring product. The product is powered by a number of services primarily written in JavaScript and Clojure with a complicated web of dependencies. In previous roles at uSwitch and ThoughtWorks Australia he's experienced most mainstream languages and architectures.

Writing maintainable software in Clojure

A former colleague of Erik's once said, "Ah, I don't need Simula to write object oriented code, I can do that in any language”. He'd like to paraphrase that and say, "Ah, I don't need Simula to write messy code, I can do that in any language".

Writing quality software is hard, and even though Clojure is the best language that Erik has used, it still doesn't stop you from shooting yourself in the foot, it doesn't stop you from writing messy code, and it most certainly lets you create all the bugs you'll ever need, and then some.

In this talk, Erik will use Ardoqs code base, along with other bits and pieces of Clojure code he has worked with (and written) to highlight principles that are important when writing software. He will demonstrate by example how the code at hand violates the principles, and offer clear refactorings which will make the the code easier to test, read, and reason about.

You will discover from this talk, tools that can be applied to your own codebases, be it in Clojure or other languages.

Erik Assum

Erik works as a Clojure programmer at Ardoq, a Norwegian startup in the EA-space. He’s a mainly a backend programmer, but tends to work wherever the code is bad enough. Given time he’ll eventually drift into some sort of devops role while trying to figure out how to run the current project even better.

Keynote: Zach Tellman

Join Zach for a Keynote at Clojure eXchange 2019!

Zach Tellman

Zach recently released “Elements of Clojure”, a book on the philosophy of software through the lens of Clojure. He has approximate knowledge of many things.

Keynote: Chris McCormick

We are really excited to have Chris McCormick share a Keynote talk at Clojure eXchange 2019!

Chris McCormick

Chris McCormick is an artist, musician, and hacker working at the interface of code and the arts.

Excited to have Chris McCormicks joining us this year for a Clojure eXchange keynote!




Chris McCormick is an artist, musician, and hacker working at the interface of code and the arts. For three decades he's been doing weird things with computers and has presented work at Euro Python, Freeplay Independent Game Developers Conference, Electrofringe, Linux.conf.au, and other game/art/tech conferences.

What will you be sharing this year? What inspired you to give this talk?

I'll be giving an update on Thumbelina, the pocket-sized MIDI controller which I spoke about last year; using ClojureScript to build web decentralization tools; and building games tech with ClojureScript and Infinitelives.

Which other talks from Clojure eXchange are you excited about? And why?

Only a couple of other talks are up but I'm especially excited to hear what Mr. Tellman has to say.

What made you want to be a part of Clojure eXchange this year?

Last year was my first Clojure eXchange and there was so much interesting and thought-provoking material and everybody seemed so nice and welcoming.

Do you have any blog posts/podcasts or materials you think people might enjoy reading before coming along to your talk?

Here is a Hacker News post about a games tech thing I built with ClojureScript. It really blew up this week with retweets from e.g. Daniel Higginbotham of "Joy of Clojure" fame:
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20723366

More on the game's tech we've been building:
http://infinitelives.github.io/

Info about the Ferret/Clojure-driven MIDI controller can be found here:
https://bzzt.studio/

Tools for decentralization and freedom of expression:
https://github.com/chr15m/dirc
https://github.com/chr15m/bugout

If you could use code/software development to fix anything I society what would it be and why?

Since the time of Pericles, freedom of expression has been a strong foundation of liberal democracy. I am hoping to build more things that play a small part in protecting freedom of expression for human beings.

Catch Chris McCormick at Clojure eXchange London this December! More info on our Programme Page


CodeNode

CodeNode is the UK's largest venue dedicated to Technology events and was designed to provide a space for Skills Matter's community of software professionals to come together and enjoy meetups, conferences, training and networking events. With fantastic transport links and located in the heart of London's Tech City, Codenode welcomes thousands of engineers each year, who come together to learn and share skills, exoerience and collaborate on projects.

CodeNode features six dedicated event spaces, a large break-out area, complete with fully-licensed bar, reliable wifi, plenty of power sockets, and 6 dedicated event and collaboration spaces.

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CodeNode

10 South Place, London, EC2M 7EB, GB


View details, travel and nearby hotels

Call for Papers is now CLOSED

Thanks for submitting a proposal, the response's been overwhelming and we are currently working on selecting talks. Click here to stay up to date and find out more on speakers as we'll start publishing the line-up very soon!

Volunteer at Clojure eXchange London 2019!

Interested in Clojure, and eager to learn the latest news? You have the chance to get a free ticket to Clojure eXchange London 2019! All we need from you is some help in setting up the conference, and some hours of your time on the days of the conference! You will be free to attend the conference for the remainder of the time. Are you ready then?

Email us at conference-team@skillsmatter.com and we will put your name down as a volunteer for Clojure eXchange London 2019! Shifts and detailed info will be confirmed closer to the conference.

Clojure eXchange London 2019 Diversity Scholarship Plan

Skills Matter is proud and happy to share our Clojure eXchange London Diversity Scholarship Plan which provides support to those from traditionally underrepresented and/or marginalised groups in the technology and/or open source communities who may not have the opportunity to attend Clojure eXchange London for various reasons.

Scholarships are awarded based on a combination of need and impact. Scholarship recipients will receive a complimentary ticket to the conference.

Please note, travel expenses are not covered under this scholarship and are the responsibility of the scholarship recipient.

Applicants should be from a traditionally underrepresented and/or marginalized groups in the technology and/or open source communities and be unable to attend without some assistance.

We look forward to having you at Clojure eXchange London 2019!

To apply please fill in this form:

Available Packages

    • 64-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Engagement Benefits

      • Exhibitor booth (3m x 1.5m) in central conference break-out area
      • 4 free conference tickets (subject to availability) which you can gift to your clients or your engineering team
      • 4 free exhibitor passes
      • 4 Tweets retweeted by @skillsmatter before and during the conference and highlighted as part of tweets trending with #ClojureX
      • 28 conference party drink tokens to give away at your booth
      • 2 gift or printed item in swag bags
      • 2 places to attend the Speakers & Sponsors Reception
      • Your 300-word news item, interview or blog post plus visual announced on conference sneak preview pages and in social media
      • Your 140 char post-conference News Item & hotlinked URL shared in post-conference email shared with all attendees

      Brand Visibility Benefits

      Your logo (size relevant to sponsorship level) displayed on:

      • Clojure eXchange 2019 Sponsor Pages (size relative to sponsorship level)
      • Your dedicated 200-word Company Profile with visual on skillsmatter.com
      • All Clojure eXchange 2019 Conference Pages (at bottom of page)
      • In pre- and post conference attendee news update emails
      • Name badges worn by every attendee
      • Printed conference programme booklet
      • Main Stage re-Boards and on banners throughout the venue
      • All digital signage throughout conference venue, if any
      • Conference Closing Speech Sponsor Thank You Slide

      64-BIT Sponsorship Bonus Add-Ons Available

      • Your logo on all conference Swag Bags (£5000)
      • Your logo on all conference attendee T-shirts (£5000)
      • Your logo on conference lanyards worn by all conference attendees (£3500)
      • Your logo on Clojure eXchange 2019 Party branding (e.g. beer mats, banners, balloons) (£2,500)
    • 32-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Engagement Benefits

      • Exhibitor booth (1.5m x 1.5m) in central conference break-out area
      • 2 free conference tickets, (subject to availability) which you can gift to your clients or your engineering team
      • 2 free exhibitor passes
      • 10 conference party drink tokens
      • 2 Tweets retweeted by @skillsmatter before and during the conference and highlighted as part of tweets trending with #ClojureX
      • 1 gift or printed item in swag bags
      • Your 300-word news item, interview or blog post plus visual announced on conference sneak preview pages and in social media
      • 140 character post-conference news item will be shared via hotlinked url in post-conference email to all attendee

      Brand Visibility Benefits

      Your logo (size relevant to sponsorship level) displayed on:

      • Clojure eXchange 2019 Sponsor Pages (size relative to sponsorship level)
      • Your dedicated 200-word Company Profile with visual on skillsmatter.com
      • All Clojure eXchange 2019 Conference Pages (at bottom of page)
      • All pre and post conference attendee news update emails
      • Name badges worn by every attendee
      • Printed conference programme booklet
      • Main Stage re-Boards and on banners throughout the venue
      • Digital signage throughout the venue, if any
      • Conference Closing Speech Sponsor Thank You Slide
    • 16-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Engagement Benefits

      • 1 flipchart (1m²) in central conference breakout area
      • 1 free exhibitor pass
      • 1 free conference pass (subject to availability)
      • 1 gift or printed item in swag bags
      • 1 tweet retweeted by @skillsmatter before and during the conference and highlighted as part of tweets trending with #ClojureX

      Brand Visibility Benefits

      Your logo (size relative to sponsorship level) displayed on:

      • Clojure eXchange 2019 Sponsor Pages (size relative to sponsorship level)
      • Your dedicated 200-word Company Profile with visual on skillsmatter.com
      • All Clojure eXchange 2019 Conference Pages (at bottom of page)
      • Name badges worn by every attendee
      • In printed conference programme booklet
      • Main Stage re-Boards and on banners throughout the venue
      • Digital signage throughout the venue, if any
      • Conference Closing Speech Sponsor Thank You Slide
    • 8-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Engagement Benefits

      • 1 free exhibitor pass
      • 1 gift or printed item in swag bags

      Brand Visibility Benefits

      Your logo (size relative to sponsorship level) displayed on:

      • Clojure eXchange 2019 Sponsor Pages (size relative to sponsorship level)
      • Your dedicated 200-word Company Profile with visual on skillsmatter.com
      • All ClojureX 2019 Conference Pages (at bottom of page)
      • Name badges worn by every attendee
      • In printed conference programme booklet
      • Main Stage re-Boards and on banners throughout the venue
      • Digital signage throughout the conference venue, if any


To discuss sponsorship opportunities please contact the team:

Thanks to our sponsors

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Overview

If you're looking for the best place to learn about Clojure, Functional Programming and network with like-minded people, then Clojure eXchange 2019 is the conference you simply can't miss. Meet with the world's leading experts on Clojure and learn the latest concepts and applications of Clojure to help your teams in their projects.


Join us at Clojure eXchange 2019 on December 2nd-3rd

We are proud to announce that Zach Tellman and Chris McCormick will be keynoting at Clojure eXchange 2019!

Whether you are new or experienced with Clojure, coming down to Clojure eXchange is a great way to meet and share ideas with passionate developers, learn new skills with Clojure as well as see how it can be applied in a myriad of ways to help you in your current projects.

Once again we are aiming to share the latest trends in the cloud world and cover all levels of expertise. Keep an eye on the programme for all updates on our line-up!


Call for Papers is now CLOSED

Thanks for submitting a proposal, the response's been overwhelming and we are currently working on selecting talks. Click here to stay up to date and find out more on speakers as we'll start publishing the line-up very soon!


Diversity Scholarship Plan

Skills Matter is proud to share our Diversity Scholarship Plan which provides support to those from traditionally under-represented and/or marginalised groups who may not normally have the opportunity to attend this event.

More information here.

Volunteer

Get a free ticket in exchange for some help setting up the conference and a few hours on the days of the conference.

More information here.


Code of Conduct

We are committed to providing a friendly, safe and welcoming environment for all. Learn more in our Code of Conduct.



Tickets

Payment by major credit/debit cards, PayPal & Bank Transfer is accepted.

Book Now →

Programme

Learn more about the expert speakers and topics.

View The Programme →

Watch Last Year's Talks

View free SkillsCast recordings of last year's talks.

View SkillsCasts →



Excited? Share it!

Thanks to our sponsors

Programme

Unleash the Power of the REPL

Clojure provides some powerful tools out of the box for development and debugging. The best known that you probably use is the REPL (Read Evaluate Print Loop) that enables developers a much easier way to interact with a running Clojure project and gives you more code clarity by making it possible to find the source of bugs much more quickly, and ultimately understand the code and flow better.

In this talk Dana will go back to the basics and dive into how to best leverage REPL a tool that every Clojure developer uses on a daily basis, with real code examples, and get the most out of leveraging the stack trace, as well as code inspection with prints & logs. By better understanding the power of these tools, you will be able to drill down and isolate the issues so you can debug them via the REPL and solve them more quickly - and hone your Clojure skills.

Dana Borinski

Dana is a software developer who is passionate about technology, loves to solve problems and make things work. She is a fan of clean code and obsessed with improving performance especially on high scale systems. She fell in love with functional programming when she became an avid Clojurian when she joined AppsFlyer. In her (very little) spare time she enjoys hitting the slopes and snowboarding.

Exploring REPL tooling with a socket prepl

Come with Oliver on a quick peek under the hood of your current wonderful tools followed by a dive into what a socket prepl is and how it works. You will discover his opinions and ideas about these different tooling foundations through my Neovim plugin project, Conjure. https://github.com/Olical/conjure

Oliver Caldwell

Language and text editor nerd writing Clojure for fun and profit at Signal. Lover of snowboards and custom built keyboards.

The Art of Graceful Shutdown

Shutting applications down gracefully is an undervalued aspect of software development that when overlooked can lead to subtle and difficult to identify errors. In a world where everyone embraces continuous delivery/deployment (or the Erlang philosophy of "let it crash") applications stop and need to shut down far more frequently. The more frequently they shut down the greater the chance of seeing these errors. In this talk, you will discover a few different aspects required to get graceful shutdown right. First, you will begin with a refresher of operating system signals and how they relate to containers. You will work your way up to how to handle signals on the JVM in Clojure (in conjunction with build tools). You'll then take a closer look at Clojure and some of the asynchronous patterns applied. In particular, you'll take a look at libraries like core.async and web servers.

Hugo Firth

Hugo is a full-stack engineer with Signal AI where he spends his days building the News Monitoring product. The product is powered by a number of services primarily written in JavaScript and Clojure with a complicated web of dependencies. In previous roles at uSwitch and ThoughtWorks Australia he's experienced most mainstream languages and architectures.

Writing maintainable software in Clojure

A former colleague of Erik's once said, "Ah, I don't need Simula to write object oriented code, I can do that in any language”. He'd like to paraphrase that and say, "Ah, I don't need Simula to write messy code, I can do that in any language".

Writing quality software is hard, and even though Clojure is the best language that Erik has used, it still doesn't stop you from shooting yourself in the foot, it doesn't stop you from writing messy code, and it most certainly lets you create all the bugs you'll ever need, and then some.

In this talk, Erik will use Ardoqs code base, along with other bits and pieces of Clojure code he has worked with (and written) to highlight principles that are important when writing software. He will demonstrate by example how the code at hand violates the principles, and offer clear refactorings which will make the the code easier to test, read, and reason about.

You will discover from this talk, tools that can be applied to your own codebases, be it in Clojure or other languages.

Erik Assum

Erik works as a Clojure programmer at Ardoq, a Norwegian startup in the EA-space. He’s a mainly a backend programmer, but tends to work wherever the code is bad enough. Given time he’ll eventually drift into some sort of devops role while trying to figure out how to run the current project even better.

Keynote: Zach Tellman

Join Zach for a Keynote at Clojure eXchange 2019!

Zach Tellman

Zach recently released “Elements of Clojure”, a book on the philosophy of software through the lens of Clojure. He has approximate knowledge of many things.

Keynote: Chris McCormick

We are really excited to have Chris McCormick share a Keynote talk at Clojure eXchange 2019!

Chris McCormick

Chris McCormick is an artist, musician, and hacker working at the interface of code and the arts.

Sneak Preview

Excited to have Chris McCormicks joining us this year for a Clojure eXchange keynote!




Chris McCormick is an artist, musician, and hacker working at the interface of code and the arts. For three decades he's been doing weird things with computers and has presented work at Euro Python, Freeplay Independent Game Developers Conference, Electrofringe, Linux.conf.au, and other game/art/tech conferences.

What will you be sharing this year? What inspired you to give this talk?

I'll be giving an update on Thumbelina, the pocket-sized MIDI controller which I spoke about last year; using ClojureScript to build web decentralization tools; and building games tech with ClojureScript and Infinitelives.

Which other talks from Clojure eXchange are you excited about? And why?

Only a couple of other talks are up but I'm especially excited to hear what Mr. Tellman has to say.

What made you want to be a part of Clojure eXchange this year?

Last year was my first Clojure eXchange and there was so much interesting and thought-provoking material and everybody seemed so nice and welcoming.

Do you have any blog posts/podcasts or materials you think people might enjoy reading before coming along to your talk?

Here is a Hacker News post about a games tech thing I built with ClojureScript. It really blew up this week with retweets from e.g. Daniel Higginbotham of "Joy of Clojure" fame:
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20723366

More on the game's tech we've been building:
http://infinitelives.github.io/

Info about the Ferret/Clojure-driven MIDI controller can be found here:
https://bzzt.studio/

Tools for decentralization and freedom of expression:
https://github.com/chr15m/dirc
https://github.com/chr15m/bugout

If you could use code/software development to fix anything I society what would it be and why?

Since the time of Pericles, freedom of expression has been a strong foundation of liberal democracy. I am hoping to build more things that play a small part in protecting freedom of expression for human beings.

Catch Chris McCormick at Clojure eXchange London this December! More info on our Programme Page


Venue

CodeNode

CodeNode is the UK's largest venue dedicated to Technology events and was designed to provide a space for Skills Matter's community of software professionals to come together and enjoy meetups, conferences, training and networking events. With fantastic transport links and located in the heart of London's Tech City, Codenode welcomes thousands of engineers each year, who come together to learn and share skills, exoerience and collaborate on projects.

CodeNode features six dedicated event spaces, a large break-out area, complete with fully-licensed bar, reliable wifi, plenty of power sockets, and 6 dedicated event and collaboration spaces.

H0ychpcrxfvcdujzguuq

CodeNode

10 South Place, London, EC2M 7EB, GB


View details, travel and nearby hotels
Get Involved

Call for Papers is now CLOSED

Thanks for submitting a proposal, the response's been overwhelming and we are currently working on selecting talks. Click here to stay up to date and find out more on speakers as we'll start publishing the line-up very soon!

Volunteer at Clojure eXchange London 2019!

Interested in Clojure, and eager to learn the latest news? You have the chance to get a free ticket to Clojure eXchange London 2019! All we need from you is some help in setting up the conference, and some hours of your time on the days of the conference! You will be free to attend the conference for the remainder of the time. Are you ready then?

Email us at conference-team@skillsmatter.com and we will put your name down as a volunteer for Clojure eXchange London 2019! Shifts and detailed info will be confirmed closer to the conference.

Clojure eXchange London 2019 Diversity Scholarship Plan

Skills Matter is proud and happy to share our Clojure eXchange London Diversity Scholarship Plan which provides support to those from traditionally underrepresented and/or marginalised groups in the technology and/or open source communities who may not have the opportunity to attend Clojure eXchange London for various reasons.

Scholarships are awarded based on a combination of need and impact. Scholarship recipients will receive a complimentary ticket to the conference.

Please note, travel expenses are not covered under this scholarship and are the responsibility of the scholarship recipient.

Applicants should be from a traditionally underrepresented and/or marginalized groups in the technology and/or open source communities and be unable to attend without some assistance.

We look forward to having you at Clojure eXchange London 2019!

To apply please fill in this form:

Sponsors

Thanks to our sponsors

Available Packages

    • 64-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Engagement Benefits

      • Exhibitor booth (3m x 1.5m) in central conference break-out area
      • 4 free conference tickets (subject to availability) which you can gift to your clients or your engineering team
      • 4 free exhibitor passes
      • 4 Tweets retweeted by @skillsmatter before and during the conference and highlighted as part of tweets trending with #ClojureX
      • 28 conference party drink tokens to give away at your booth
      • 2 gift or printed item in swag bags
      • 2 places to attend the Speakers & Sponsors Reception
      • Your 300-word news item, interview or blog post plus visual announced on conference sneak preview pages and in social media
      • Your 140 char post-conference News Item & hotlinked URL shared in post-conference email shared with all attendees

      Brand Visibility Benefits

      Your logo (size relevant to sponsorship level) displayed on:

      • Clojure eXchange 2019 Sponsor Pages (size relative to sponsorship level)
      • Your dedicated 200-word Company Profile with visual on skillsmatter.com
      • All Clojure eXchange 2019 Conference Pages (at bottom of page)
      • In pre- and post conference attendee news update emails
      • Name badges worn by every attendee
      • Printed conference programme booklet
      • Main Stage re-Boards and on banners throughout the venue
      • All digital signage throughout conference venue, if any
      • Conference Closing Speech Sponsor Thank You Slide

      64-BIT Sponsorship Bonus Add-Ons Available

      • Your logo on all conference Swag Bags (£5000)
      • Your logo on all conference attendee T-shirts (£5000)
      • Your logo on conference lanyards worn by all conference attendees (£3500)
      • Your logo on Clojure eXchange 2019 Party branding (e.g. beer mats, banners, balloons) (£2,500)
    • 32-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Engagement Benefits

      • Exhibitor booth (1.5m x 1.5m) in central conference break-out area
      • 2 free conference tickets, (subject to availability) which you can gift to your clients or your engineering team
      • 2 free exhibitor passes
      • 10 conference party drink tokens
      • 2 Tweets retweeted by @skillsmatter before and during the conference and highlighted as part of tweets trending with #ClojureX
      • 1 gift or printed item in swag bags
      • Your 300-word news item, interview or blog post plus visual announced on conference sneak preview pages and in social media
      • 140 character post-conference news item will be shared via hotlinked url in post-conference email to all attendee

      Brand Visibility Benefits

      Your logo (size relevant to sponsorship level) displayed on:

      • Clojure eXchange 2019 Sponsor Pages (size relative to sponsorship level)
      • Your dedicated 200-word Company Profile with visual on skillsmatter.com
      • All Clojure eXchange 2019 Conference Pages (at bottom of page)
      • All pre and post conference attendee news update emails
      • Name badges worn by every attendee
      • Printed conference programme booklet
      • Main Stage re-Boards and on banners throughout the venue
      • Digital signage throughout the venue, if any
      • Conference Closing Speech Sponsor Thank You Slide
    • 16-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Engagement Benefits

      • 1 flipchart (1m²) in central conference breakout area
      • 1 free exhibitor pass
      • 1 free conference pass (subject to availability)
      • 1 gift or printed item in swag bags
      • 1 tweet retweeted by @skillsmatter before and during the conference and highlighted as part of tweets trending with #ClojureX

      Brand Visibility Benefits

      Your logo (size relative to sponsorship level) displayed on:

      • Clojure eXchange 2019 Sponsor Pages (size relative to sponsorship level)
      • Your dedicated 200-word Company Profile with visual on skillsmatter.com
      • All Clojure eXchange 2019 Conference Pages (at bottom of page)
      • Name badges worn by every attendee
      • In printed conference programme booklet
      • Main Stage re-Boards and on banners throughout the venue
      • Digital signage throughout the venue, if any
      • Conference Closing Speech Sponsor Thank You Slide
    • 8-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Engagement Benefits

      • 1 free exhibitor pass
      • 1 gift or printed item in swag bags

      Brand Visibility Benefits

      Your logo (size relative to sponsorship level) displayed on:

      • Clojure eXchange 2019 Sponsor Pages (size relative to sponsorship level)
      • Your dedicated 200-word Company Profile with visual on skillsmatter.com
      • All ClojureX 2019 Conference Pages (at bottom of page)
      • Name badges worn by every attendee
      • In printed conference programme booklet
      • Main Stage re-Boards and on banners throughout the venue
      • Digital signage throughout the conference venue, if any


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