The Clojure Conspiracy (Berlin) is a get together of people interested in Clojure—a Lisp dialect for the JVM. Come and discuss what you're working on, have questions, and meet other like-minded people.

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  • September 17 · 7:00 PM

    Clojure Berlin Meetup

    97 Clojurians | 4.50

    Hey everyone! There'll be two presentation at the September meetup: Enjoyable front-end development with Reagent (Thiago Massa) Newbies are always looking for something... Learn more
  • August 12 · 7:00 PM

    Clojure Berlin Dojo

    76 Clojurians | 5.00 | 1 Photo

    Hello everyone! The August 12th meetup will be hosted generously by Zalando in Mitte. !! Note that this time you will need to RSVP until August 9 so that we can send a... Learn more
  • July 15 · 7:00 PM

    Clojure Berlin Dojo

    60 Clojurians | 5.00 | 15 Photos

    This meetup we will be joined by Maria Neise & Paul Lam. Maria Neise is currently participating in Google's Summer of Code where she is contributing to Clojurescript.... Learn more
  • June 11 · 7:30 PM

    ClojureBridge Coaches Evening

    20 Clojurians

    PLEASE READ As some of you might already know: this summer (July 10. & 11.) there will be a ClojureBridge event in Berlin! In order to be able to provide guidance and... Learn more
  • June 10 · 7:00 PM

    Clojure Berlin Dojo

    39 Clojurians | 4.50

    Hey Everyone! There are no talks planned for this meetup yet which is your chance to present something! Whether you are an absolute beginner when it comes to public... Learn more
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  • Joseph Wilk founded The Clojure Conspiracy (Berlin)

    on July 27

Founded Jul 27, 2011

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We just grab a coffee and speak French. Some people have been coming every week for months... it creates a kind of warmth to the group.

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