Return of the Clojure Dojo

As we had a lot of fun learning about Clojure last time we'll do another session where hopefully we can try something more advanced or do a Kata.

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  • Alex W.

    Unfortunately due to a heavy week of work I've got too much to sort out tonight and won't be able to make it now, sorry all!

    July 10

    • Paul M.

      That's no problem, hopefully we'll catch up some other time

      July 10

    • Alex W.

      Sorry Paul - bit lame for last minute change I know!

      July 10

  • John M.

    Stuck at work :(

    July 10

    • Paul M.

      That sucks, we'll just carry on and see if we can hack something together but failing that we'll go to the pub!

      July 10

  • Mark V.

    I was looking forward to the event but something has come up at the last moment and I can no longer make it, sorry. Hope you all have fun.

    July 10

    • Paul M.

      No problem, hope to see you another time

      July 10

  • Alex W.

    Have missed the previous meetups and have absolutely zero FP experience. Any tips on what to have a quick go on so I feel a bit up to speed for Thursday?

    July 7

    • Paul M.

      4Clojure sounds like a good idea, maybe we could try that. F# wise I think the closest is the F# Koans https://github.com/Chr...­.

      July 7

    • Paul M.

      I meant to say there is nothing in particular you will need to know, although setting up an environment for using Clojure would be useful as we won't have internet. If you need any help with that then let us know.

      July 8

  • Paul M.

    We are potentially thinking about changing this to an F# dojo as we think people are more familiar with that. What does everyone think?

    July 5

    • Matthew B.

      I may be more unusual in that I'm more familiar with Clojure than F#. But I'm happy either way for this session. In the longer term, it would be a shame if we only ever looked at F# because that's what we were familiar with (surely part of the point is to find out things we're less familiar with?)

      July 6

    • Paul M.

      I don't mind either way really, I'm happy to try whatever so maybe we'll just see on the night. Either way we will do more F#, Clojure and others in the future, I'm sure

      July 6

  • Thomas

    Looking forward to this. How about sometime first where people try and set up an environment (or if you have all ready done this) and then some 4Clojure problems?

    June 12

    • Matthew B.

      That's right, you don't need anything other than a web browser to use 4Clojure. But as soon as you hit the non-trivial problems you'll want to be able to run code yourself. You might find an online REPL like http://tryclj.com/­­ is enough, but I reckon it would be worth using LightTable or similar.

      June 12

    • Matthew B.

      URL got garbled there: http://tryclj.com/­

      June 12

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