A software consultancy specialising in Clojure based in London.
We are backed by a diverse network of professionals located across the UK and Europe.
JUXT is comprised of skilled developers combining lightweight processes and formidable tooling to solve complex problems.
We have been pivotal in a number of successful Clojure adoptions by various large companies in Europe, leading and helping to deliver projects with less overall waste and expense.
Our developers frequently contribute to numerous open-source Clojure projects and our own open-source projects and libraries can be found on our GitHub profile.
The founders of JUXT are Malcolm Sparks and Jon Pither, who independently introduced Clojure to two separate banks in the City of London in 2011. They decided to join forces to help bring Clojure to the wider industry.
Find out more about JUXT here.
Looking forward to this talk by Jon Pither!
Featuring Jon Pither
Getting stuck in battle with command line Sed, AWK, Perl and friends? Trying to provision your cloud environment using good old JSON, and just wish you had some.... you know, data manipulation ability on hand? Do you secretly love Make and just wish you could run adhoc ClojureScript tasks without...cloud devops clojurescript json perl awk clojure
How I Bled All Over Onyx
Featuring Jason Bell
At the last Clojure eXchange, Jason shared an introduction to the Onyx Stream Processing Framework. A year late, you will discover more findings from Jason and team's usage of the framework and discover how the framework was pushed to the limits, what was learned and how Jason chose to solve...clojure onyx
Keynote: African Polyphony and Polyrhythm
Featuring Chris Ford
Ethnomusicologists face a dilemma: either shoehorn African music into European notation, or create custom DSLs that can only be understood by a select band of European ethnomusicologists. Computational musicologists can solve this problem, because we have principled ways of modelling specific...music clojure clojurex functional-programming
Klipse - the Magic of Self-Host ClojureScript in Any Web Page
Featuring Yehonathan Sharvit
Klipse is well-known in the Clojure community as a Clojure REPL pluggable in any web page for evaluating code snippets.web repl clojure clojurescript
A Tour of Tick, Time as a Value
Featuring Malcolm Sparks
Dates and time are still a common cause of bugs in our programs. During this talk, you will discover better abstractions for dealing with time, and will be able to explain some features of JUXT's tick library. You will also explore an introduction to Allen's Interval Algebra and learn how...clojure clojurex
(Rails->Clojure :Remove Database)
Featuring Hugo Firth
During this talk, you will discover how Hugo and team re-wrote one of their core web applications from Rails to Clojure. While this sounds like a typical story there is one key difference - you will learn that the new service has been implemented without a database. Due to some unique...clojure rails bigdata
Taming a Huge, Sprawling System with Clojure
Featuring Mahsa Mohammadkhani and Russell Dunphy
HealthUnlocked is a social network for health: the second biggest health website in the UK, with 4 million visits per month. They have also built and maintain a number of other applications with partner organisations such as Macmillan Cancer Support. Over the seven years or so that the company...clojure refactoring distributed-monolith microservices testing architecture experience-report
ClojureX Park Bench Panel: What Does the Next 10 Years Hold for Clojure?
Don't miss this discussion on the future of Clojure!clojure
Machine Learning - Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
Featuring Rickesh Bedia
Machine Learning is in vogue. There are lots of different ways of implementing Machine Learning such as Decision Trees, Probability Theory and Neural Networks. Neural Networks are the most mystifying.deep-learning neural-networks machine-learning