Room 80, adjacent to the canteen! The door is locked with a keycard thingie, so knock hard if it's closed.
Your organizers once again takes the stage for this meetup. We'll try to get some outsiders and something other than just Clojure for the next meetup! But for now, you get to enjoy some more Clojure godness.
We're actually using Clojure at work, this time for an actual client! (August Lilleaas)
(And this time, August will have some sort of plan, instead of being completely and utterly unprepared.)
August is working on his second Clojure project, and this time the client isn't his own company, but a "real" client.
The system in question is husleie.no, which currently is a PHP webapp (husleie.no, the "sales" site) and a monolithic Rails app (app.husleie.no, the actual product). August wrote the Rails app, but It's being remade into a set of Clojure apps with message queues, VPNs, MySQL, insane modularity, lots of parentheses, and all the good stuff.
The talk will be about the goodness of modular architectures, how ZeroMQ enables it, how ZeroMQ is similar to Clojure, and a couple of highlights of the Clojure specific goodness in the codebase.
ClojureScript all the way down (Bodil Stokke)
Bodil will recycle her presentation from Clojure/conj 2012! Here's a copy/paste of the description of her talk from the Clojure/conj website.