We are back at Akamai for the first Clojure meetup of 2013. We'll be meeting in the conference rooms on the second floor (200A/B).
There are two parking garages nearby, as well as meters and east T access.
A big thank you to Basho for hosting the last several meetups.
Please join us for a night of Clojure discussion and networking.
We'll get started at 6:30PM.
Tim Ewald: Datomic
Datomic is a new database with an intriguing distributed architecture. It separates reads, writes and storage, allowing them to scale independently. Queries run inside your application code using a Datalog-based language. Spreading queries across processes isolates them from one another, enabling real-time data analysis without copying to a separate store, opening full query functionality to clients of your system, and more. This talk explores Datomic's architecture and some of it's implications, focused entirely on technical details.
Michael Stone: System Safety and Clojure WebApps
Michael will be applying MIT's System Safety research to Clojure web projects such as Friend.