Join the London Clojurians for an evening building web applications with Hoplon and exploring pixels, voxels, obsolete image formats and coloured wool.
Hoplon is a Clojure/ClojureScript web framework that combines a spreadsheet-like data model for managing state with a magic compiler that turns HTML into composable ClojureScript. DataScript is an implementation of Datomic for ClojureScript that was coded by a Russian computer genius in a week. In this talk I'll give a quick overview of Hoplon, and then begin a bold attempt to live code a client/server web application with the aforementioned technologies before my time runs out.
Daniel Neal is an in-house developer for the Solar PV installation company EvoEnergy. He writes C# in his day job, but loves the elegance and expressivity of Clojure and uses it whenever he can. In his spare time, he plays a purple electric violin.
Taking the current obsession for 3D film to its illogical conclusion. Henry Garner will be demonstrating his Redstone Clojure interface to Minecraft via pixels, voxels, obsolete image formats and coloured wool.
Henry Garner is a freelance data engineer working primarily in Clojure. He’s author of the Packt book 'Clojure for Data Science' and managed to squeeze the buzzwords 'big data' and 'machine learning' onto the cover. And also into this biography.