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Meet up

London Clojure - December

Tuesday, 4th December at Skills Matter, London

This meetup is run by The London Clojure Community. Starts at 6:30 PM.

Join The London Clojure Community on December 4th for a series of lightening talks on all things Clojure - featuring Robert Rees on Clojure vs Scala and Philip Potter on Contributing back to Clojure.

Clojure vs. Scala

Clojure and Scala have both been big hits as next generation languages on the JVM and both make functional programming a major plank in their pitch to developers. However they approaches are quite different. Robert will give a comparison of both the languages and delve into their strengths and weaknesses.

Robert Rees

Robert Rees is currently a Developer Manager at the Guardian and the former CTO of Wazoku. He started his career as a tester and went on to be a C and Java developer in telecoms and dabbled in management.

Contributing back to Clojure

Philip Potter will deliver a lightening talk titled 'Experience report and Q&A on how to contribute code back to Clojure core projects.'

Philip Potter

Philip Potter is a Web Operations Engineer for the Government Digital Service. He was a member of the infrastructure team that built GOV.UK, the website of the British Government.

A thorny issue in Java interop

This is a short talk about calling overloaded Java methods from Clojure. It will show some of the difficulties, and also some - but not all - of the solutions

Andrew Cowper

Andrew has been a Clojure hobbyist since the beginning of 2009. He currently writes Java for a living and has worked for small startups and giant banks.

Getting my head around LightTable

LightTable is a kickstarter project to build a great developer tool for Clojure (and ClojureScript and nodejs). Whilst its still in early stage development, its now being used by the LightTable team to write LightTable on a daily basis.

John Stevenson

John is a speaker, author, conference organiser & community obsessed developer. Loves Clojure, Emacs, Cats, Cycling & Agile development. He is a conference organiser for Clojure Exchange, London Java Conference, etc) with 20 years of speaking experience.

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Overview

Join The London Clojure Community on December 4th for a series of lightening talks on all things Clojure - featuring Robert Rees on Clojure vs Scala and Philip Potter on Contributing back to Clojure.

Clojure vs. Scala

Clojure and Scala have both been big hits as next generation languages on the JVM and both make functional programming a major plank in their pitch to developers. However they approaches are quite different. Robert will give a comparison of both the languages and delve into their strengths and weaknesses.

Robert Rees

Robert Rees is currently a Developer Manager at the Guardian and the former CTO of Wazoku. He started his career as a tester and went on to be a C and Java developer in telecoms and dabbled in management.

Contributing back to Clojure

Philip Potter will deliver a lightening talk titled 'Experience report and Q&A on how to contribute code back to Clojure core projects.'

Philip Potter

Philip Potter is a Web Operations Engineer for the Government Digital Service. He was a member of the infrastructure team that built GOV.UK, the website of the British Government.

A thorny issue in Java interop

This is a short talk about calling overloaded Java methods from Clojure. It will show some of the difficulties, and also some - but not all - of the solutions

Andrew Cowper

Andrew has been a Clojure hobbyist since the beginning of 2009. He currently writes Java for a living and has worked for small startups and giant banks.

Getting my head around LightTable

LightTable is a kickstarter project to build a great developer tool for Clojure (and ClojureScript and nodejs). Whilst its still in early stage development, its now being used by the LightTable team to write LightTable on a daily basis.

John Stevenson

John is a speaker, author, conference organiser & community obsessed developer. Loves Clojure, Emacs, Cats, Cycling & Agile development. He is a conference organiser for Clojure Exchange, London Java Conference, etc) with 20 years of speaking experience.

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