The Bay Area Clojure User Group Early/SF Monthly Meetup

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  • Priyatam M.

    I just released an initial version of "Ringo". Give it a try and feel free to ask questions tonight. I'm especially looking forward to questions from new Clojure/Clojurescript developers and designers.

    2 · October 2

  • Mark W.

    Is there anyone with Climate Corp (or anyone at all) that could help me with a few questions about Mandoline? (

    September 18

    • Leon

      That's unfortunate. Are your questions simple and answerable by email, or is there another way I can help answer them?

      October 2

    • Sebastián G.

      Mark, you could also show up for lunch some day, we could arrange for a couple of people who have worked in Mandoline to answer your questions

      October 2

  • Sebastián G.

    Logistics detail: we will be hosting this meetup in the usual floor (11th) but in a different room. When you come out of the elevators, go for the small green door on the opposite side of the (usual) big white one. Hopefully it will be wide open and there will be signs. If you don't read this or your muscular memory takes you to the usual place, you will join a completely different group, probably not very interesting to you, so if nobody mentions core.async in the first 10 minutes, you are in the wrong meeting.

    There will be Pizza as always.

    Bhaskar, if you come early, please help me guiding people to the ROC instead of the Rec room.


    1 · October 1

  • Bhaskar M.

    Ringo - a starter-kit for building apps with Ring, Bootstrap, and Om. Priyatam Mudivarti

    The Clojure community builds libraries that do one thing and one thing only, and justifiably so. However, newcomers to the community — especially those coming from the world of Express, Flask, or Sinatra could benefit from a curated web stack composed of mature libraries and middleware to get things done.

    Ringo is an effort to realize that core.

    September 21

  • Bhaskar M.

    clj-thamil : Exploring programming in Thamil (not English) through Clojure

    Elango Cheran

    I'll talk about a library for basic language utils for the Thamil language (aka Tamil), as well as a demo of a related idea of "translating" Clojure from English to Thamil. Only a handful of small macros are needed to effect an near-complete cosmetic translation of Clojure from English to Thamil, without having to modify anything deeper in Clojure -- a testament to the power of macros in Clojure. I'll discuss the implications (potential opportunities and issues) that naturally arise for other natural languages.

    September 21

  • Bhaskar M.

    Oh man, we have a really interesting diversity (pun intended) of talks coming up.

    September 21

    • Bhaskar M.

      Dante Briones (from Walmart Labs) will discuss the use of Riemann (­) to gather feedback and ultimately shorten the loop between problems occurring in production and getting those problems fixed. He'll do a brief comparison of this approach with "traditional" approaches, and include a live demo.

      September 21

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