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Ayler, an open source project written in Clojure (or Lessons learned)

The background story beyond Haim Ashkenazi's first open source effort, Ayler, and the many insights gained along the way. Haim will touch upon various topics of interest: how to structure application code in such a way that it can be easily stopped/restarted/reloaded from the REPL, mixing Clojure and Javascript in a web-facing console application, namespaces in Clojure, and more.

Bio:

Haim Ashkenazi is owner at Comns (Com-N-Sense) LTD, and specializes in DevOps.

Program:

18:00-18:15: Gathering

18:15-19:00: Ayler, an open source project written in Clojure (or Lessons learned), Part I

Speaker: Haim Ashkenazi

19:00-19:15: Break

19:15-20:00: Ayler, an open source project written in Clojure (or Lessons learned), Part II

Speaker: Haim Ashkenazi

 

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