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What sort of topics would folks like to see covered at our next couple of meetups?
It's probably too early to hear about real-world experience with Datomic (but I'm sure we'll cover that at some point - I'm certainly interested in hearing about it :) but there's a lot of other good work being done in Clojure that I'm sure we'd all find interesting. I'd love to hear your suggestions - either on the list or privately.
If anyone has a cool project they'd like to share with the group, volunteer presenters are always more than welcome :)
Maybe someone has experience with and would like to walk us thru one of the newer contrib libraries? core.logic? core.match? core.contracts (Trammel)? core.cache?
At our June meetup, Arthur Edelstein is going to give us a short demo (~15 mins) of some new features he's been developing for Clooj, the all-in-one Clojure IDE that I expect many of you have tried.
If folks are interested, I can talk about / show some of the stuff we're doing at World Singles with Clojure at either the June or July meetup (and dig into the code much more than I was able to in 25 minutes at Clojure/West).
Also, don't forget the next Clojure Dojo is coming up on May 22nd in San Francisco (and I think the Mountain View meetup is this week on the 17th but I'm not sure what's on the agenda - Julio? Amit?).
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