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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Recent Meetups

  • February 11 · 8:00 PM

    Clojure Berlin Dojo

    32 Clojurians | 5.00

    Talk and Hack. If anyone wants to talk, talk time. Otherwise Main focus will be on: Picking a problem/open source project and work in groups to try and solve. Compare... Learn more
  • January 14 · 7:00 PM

    Pre ClojureD Meetup!

    32 Clojurians | 4.50

    Last Clojure Meetup before the Berlin Clojure Conference: http://www.clojured.de (There are still tickets available). Come by to talk and hack. If someone wants to talk... Learn more
  • November 12, 2014 · 7:00 PM

    Clojure Berlin Dojo

    26 Clojurians

    Talk and Hack. If anyone wants to talk, talk time. Otherwise Main focus will be on: Picking a problem/open source project and work in groups to try and solve. Compare... Learn more
  • October 8, 2014 · 7:00 PM

    Clojure Berlin Dojo

    13 Clojurians | 5.00

    Talk and Hack. If anyone wants to talk, talk time. Otherwise Main focus will be on: Picking a problem/open source project and work in groups to try and solve. Compare... Learn more
  • September 10, 2014 · 7:00 PM

    Clojure Berlin Dojo

    10 Clojurians | 5.00

    Talk and Hack. If anyone wants to talk, talk time. Otherwise Main focus will be on: Picking a problem/open source project and work in groups to try and solve. Compare... Learn more
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  • Joseph Wilk founded The Clojure Conspiracy (Berlin)

    on July 27

 
Founded Jul 27, 2011

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