Clojure Dojo

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  • Chris J.

    FYI there is a Clojure Dojo coming up in London on Tuesday:

    https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/may-2014-london-clojure-dojo-at-thoughtworks-tickets-11694595851

    They are always great fun (featuring free beer, free pizza and free Clojure programming) and this one will apparently be attended by Stuart Sierra, who co-wrote Practical Clojure.

    May 20

  • Paul M.

    I really enjoyed the session, Thomas did a fantastic job and I enjoyed the fact there were lots of questions and it was very interactive. Chris, those ideas sound great, I would like to have a hands on session next, we'll add a new meeting soon.

    Thanks to everyone who attended!

    May 14

  • Chris J.

    Thanks for organising this you guys. If you fancy doing it again then I can show some of the other side of Clojure - repl-driven development in emacs, creating a really simple hello world web app quite quickly. Or, we could go through some 4Clojure problems together.

    May 14

  • Steve R.

    Brilliant! Many thanks to Thomas and his colleagues for stepping in and giving a very informative, off the cuff presentation.

    May 14

  • Matthew B.

    A couple of links people might find useful:

    Over the last few days I've been learning Clojure using the site https://www.4clojure.com. It's got a series of exercises, starting very basic but getting harder. And once you've solved each one you can see other people's solutions.

    I've been using that along with the documentation at http://clojuredocs.org.

    1 · May 13

  • Mark J.

    Sorry guys, can't make it. Nothing to do with pizza BTW :)

    May 13

  • Mark J.

    Will there be pizza?

    May 13

    • Paul M.

      We have no budget for pizza so weren't planning on having any, but I'm pretty sure if people want some then we can chip in together and get some delivered.

      May 13

  • Darren C.

    Sorry guys can't get to over there now this week is a bit mental....anyone off to DDD?

    May 12

  • Anthony B.

    Hi everyone, you might have noticed we'll be at a different location this month. We'll be in the Mountbatten building on the University's Highfield campus. That's the big glass one at the very north of the campus just off Burgess road. There's plenty of car parking nearby and it's all free after 6pm. We'll be in the level 4 seminar room which is on the top floor. The university has a directions page https://www.southampton.ac.uk/visitus/campuses/highfield.html and there's also a pdf map there as well.

    May 10

  • Steven M.

    Can't make 2nd Tuesday or 4th Tuesday of any month: clashes with Agile South Coast Southampton and Bournemouth :( Have fun y'all!

    May 7

  • Steve R.

    Do we need to install anything before hand?

    May 6

    • Thomas

      One thing to make sure you have installed is a JVM. And if you like the command line Leiningen is a good starting point: http://leiningen.org/­

      May 6

    • Chris J.

      Cool I will try to get two laptops set up (one Linux and one Mac) with both Light Table and Emacs set up to develop Clojure. I'm really looking forward to this.

      May 6

  • Matthew B.

    This is the same date as the DevSouthCoast talk just announced. Is one of them going to move?

    March 24, 2014

    • John M.

      Dag nammit! I'll get this one shifted!

      March 24, 2014

    • Matthew B.

      In that case, I can probably make this one!

      March 24, 2014

  • Thomas

    yeaahhh looking forward to this.

    March 21, 2014

  • Darren C.

    I'm in....by the way what's Closure

    March 14, 2014

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