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October Clojure UG - Speaker-Constantine Vetoshev-AppEngine-m­agic!

NOTE: Must RSVP by MONDAY w/first/last name! Agenda

  • Opening Comments

  • Talk Speaker: Constantine Vetoshev - AppEngine-magic! The appengine-magic library attempts to abstract away the infrastructural nuts and bolts of writing a Clojure application for the Google App Engine platform. The development environment of Google App Engine for Java expects pre-compiled classes, and generally does not fit well with Clojure's interactive development model. appengine-magic attempts to make REPL-based development of App Engine applications as natural as any other Clojure program. 1. Programs using appengine-magic just need to include appengine-magic as a Leiningen dev-dependency. 2. appengine-magic takes a Ring handler and makes it available as a servlet for App Engine deployment. 3. appengine-magic is also a Leiningen plugin, and adds several tasks which simplify preparing for App Engine deployment. Using appengine-magic still requires familiarity with Google App Engine. This README file tries to describe everything you need to know to use App Engine with Clojure, but does not explain the details of App Engine semantics. Please refer to Google's official documentation for details.

  • Q&A

  • Wrap up

  • Going out for some food, drink and conversation

NYC Clojure Users Group August Meeting PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU BRING A PHOTO ID. The security at google requires this.

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  • A former member
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    The speaker gave a very interesting lecture on Clojure working with Google APP engine. I was amazed that within emacs, clojure was compiled and output to slime buffer in real-time.

    People in the meetups are smart, and friendly.

    They had announcement in the beginning of the meeting about job opportunities. People like me who are about to graduate may get some useful job information.

    October 21, 2010

  • watt p.

    And I forgot to mention that, the ability to read backward and forward is a requirement as well. As I didn't antipate that the post will work backward. If interested, please email your resume or questions to [masked] or "Arshad Ahmed" <[masked]> the project manager. Cheers!

    October 10, 2010

  • watt p.

    • Experience with Web Services

    • College Degree (computer-related degree preferred)
    • 7+ years of experience in an IT organization
    • 5+ years of experience using Web Portal Products or Related Tools

    October 10, 2010

  • watt p.

    • Solid understanding of J2EE Containers, Application Servers, Session Management, Optimizing Web Performance including Caching and Compression, Load Balancing and Failover situations.
    • Liferay Portal experience (6m -1 yr)
    • Strong working experience with Web 2.0 Technologies like Lucene, JSON, JQuery, etc.
    • Solid Database experience in SQL Server 2005/2008 environment.
    • Experience with any J2EE Application Server – Jboss, Tomcat or Weblogic.
    • Experience with Apache Web Servers

    October 10, 2010

  • watt p.

    • Strong working experience with Agile Methodology, Scrum Techniques and Test Driven Development. Strongly Desired:
    • Solid knowledge of JSP/Servlets/J2EE Stack, XSL, JavaScript, XML, CSS, XHTML, Flash and JSF/Struts.
    • Solid knowledge of key portal and repository standards (JSR-168, JSR-127, JSR-286, JSR-170, JSF-314, WSRP, Etc) and platforms.

    October 10, 2010

  • watt p.

    • Must have a deep understanding and experience of developing solutions with current Web Technologies and Content Management.
    • Must have a strong J2EE Foundation with Portal Development experience.
    • Expert in browser idiosyncrasies (IE, Firefox, Safari, Opera) across platforms.
    • Technical aptitude and problem-solving skills through cooperative approaches.
    • Process-oriented thinking with aptitude for analyzing potential issues and implementing solutions.

    October 10, 2010

  • watt p.

    I hope folks don't mind I post something in tangent to what is going on with the meetup a bit. I ran this by Eric and he said it is not too far off from what is allowed. As I have mentioned to Eric, I do have a project requirement for someone who has a Java background and who is interested in working with Python and, of course, Clojure. The person will be working with the backend (Portal & Portlet via Liferay) initially but, eventually, he/she will be taking on Python and Clojure parts.

    October 10, 2010

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