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Monthly Clojure Meetup (new location for January)

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.

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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.

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Michael Stone: System Safety and Clojure WebApps

Michael will be applying MIT's System Safety research to Clojure web projects such as Friend.

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