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Clojure NYC Message Board › Anyone up to do some lightening talks for this month's meetup?

Anyone up to do some lightening talks for this month's meetup?

Eric T.
user 6001417
New York, NY
We are still looking for speakers for Wednesday. Perhaps we can get a few people t volunteer to do some 15-20 minute lightening talks on a clojure topic of your choosing?



Let me know.

Thanks,

Eric




A former member
Post #: 1
Tail recursion is a bit of a red herring with respect to how other Lispers view Clojure. David Nolan is giving a talk entitled Clojure of Schemers for the NYC Functional Programmer's Meetup on April 19th with the meeting tag of ... we'll address how Scheme's beautiful recursive style can still be achieved in a programming language that does not have automatic tail-call optimization. I'd love it if anyone could please give a practical lightning talk on tail recursion, Clojure's implementation (or lack there of), and why it is (or isn't such a big deal).
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