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Clojure Environment Workshop

Clojure extends Lisp-family languages' long history of "REPL-oriented development."  An interactive, integrated environment supports rapid iteration within a persistent Clojure session. But integrated how and with what?

For our May meeting, let's have a workshop on Clojure development environments.  A collaborative showcase for Emacs, Vim, Counterclockwise, Light Table, Clooj, and maybe more.  New Clojurists can see how REPL integration should/can work and get help setting things up.  Old hands can see what other environments provide and swap tricks for fully exploiting more advanced features.

I'd like to kick off with 3-4 short (<= 10 minute) talks demoing different environments.  If you're interested in giving one of those talks, please e-mail me ([masked]).

Happy Clojuring, and see you in May!

 

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