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Arachne: building a framework in Clojure

1st December 2016 in London at CodeNode

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During this talk, you will explore the Arachne web framework, including:

  • Its rationale, motivations and goals on both the social and technical levels (and how the two overlap.)
  • Its high-level architecture, design and capabilities.
  • An introduction to the experience of developing a new web application using the framework.
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Arachne: building a framework in Clojure

Luke VanderHart

Luke is a long-time Clojure developer, who has been employed as a consultant doing real-world Clojure work with Cognitect for the past 7 years. He is the (co)author of three books, including Practical Clojure (Apress 2010), ClojureScript Up and Running (O'Reilly 2012), and the Clojure Cookbook (O'Reilly 2014). He has spoken at many conferences including Clojure Conj, Clojure/West, EuroClojure, ClojuTRE, O'Reilly Fluent and CUFP.

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During this talk, you will explore the Arachne web framework, including:

  • Its rationale, motivations and goals on both the social and technical levels (and how the two overlap.)
  • Its high-level architecture, design and capabilities.
  • An introduction to the experience of developing a new web application using the framework.
The Call for Papers is now open for Clojure eXchange 2017! Submit your talk for the chance to join a stellar line-up of experts on stage. Find out more.


Get your tickets for Clojure eXchange 2017!

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

Arachne: building a framework in Clojure

Luke VanderHart

Luke is a long-time Clojure developer, who has been employed as a consultant doing real-world Clojure work with Cognitect for the past 7 years. He is the (co)author of three books, including Practical Clojure (Apress 2010), ClojureScript Up and Running (O'Reilly 2012), and the Clojure Cookbook (O'Reilly 2014). He has spoken at many conferences including Clojure Conj, Clojure/West, EuroClojure, ClojuTRE, O'Reilly Fluent and CUFP.

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