In this talk, Malcolm Sparks will give a whistle-stop tour around many elements of a large Clojure application in use at Deutsche Bank.
The format of this talk from Malcolm Sparks will be a whistle-stop tour around many elements of a large Clojure application in use at Deutsche Bank. It will include a few slides, demos and code reviews, illustrating the interesting parts as well as tackling the boring but necessary 'non functional' concerns.
Malcolm has been writing Clojure since 2009, has led Clojure teams and been involved in many successful Clojure projects. He is an experienced Clojure trainer and has written numerous open-source libraries including bidi and yada. He is also the founder of JUXT, a consulting and software development firm that uses Clojure exclusively.
Julian Birch will give a short lightning talk on the story of his first production Clojure app.
Julian is a software developer working in banking. For the most part agnostic about process, he's fond of actually talking to people to find out what they want. His current technical interest is focussing on breaking down tool-based thinking.
Neale Swinnerton will give a short lightning talk on getting paredit-mode installed/enabled followed by a walk through of the default key bindings... All from the pov of someone who *isn't* an emacs expert
Neale Swinnerton has been developing professionally for more than 20 years. He thinks that complexity is the enemy and that we should all tackle it head on for the good of those that follow.
Nick Rothwell gives a short summary of a two hour workshop on using Clojure inside MaxMSP for visuals and realtime performance.
Nick Rothwell is a composer, performer, software architect, programmer and sound artist. He has built media performance systems for projects with Ballett Frankfurt and Vienna Volksoper (choreographer: Michael Klien) and Braunarts, and interactive installations for Sonic Arts Network, TECHNE (Istanbul) and the Kinetica kinetic art fair (London).
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