It would also be useful to know what your clojure background is, perhaps
on a scale of 1-5:
1 - I'm interested in clojure but don't know that much about it
2 - I've played around with clojure a bit
3 - I've written some useful clojure code
4 - I written a lot of clojure and feel like I really understand it
5 - I use clojure all day, everyday
On Sat, Jan 2, 2010 at 2:25 PM, Matthew Courtney <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hi all,
> This is a call for presentation ideas for our first meetup. I would like it
> to be something simple like an introduction to Clojure. Russ Olsen has
> offered to do a short introduction to Clojure, but we'll need something to
> follow it. I can give an introduction to Conjure, a Rails like framework for
> Clojure. I'm not sure it's appropriate for the first meetup. Any other
> If you have any presentation ideas for a meetup, let me know. We're planning
> on having a meetup every month and will need presentations or something for
> each one.
> We're also looking for sponsors both for the meetup group in general and
> pizza for the meetings. If you would like to become a sponsor let me know.
> I hope to see everyone at our first meeting on the 14th.
> -Matt Courtney
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