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How much would you pay to attend a day long Clojure boot-camp?

If you're interested in learning Clojure, I'm thinking of conducting a day-long bootcamp. I'm the author of Clojure in Action, and most of the material would come from that book (http://clojureinaction.com). The course would cover Clojure the language, getting set up (environments + IDEs), TDD, and Clojure usage in the real world + advanced Clojure. I've been using Clojure at my startup for the last one and a half years now, and about 90% of the system is Clojure. It's a internet-scale application with web-services, real-time analytics, big data (hbase), batch-processing, caching (redis), messaging (rabbitMQ)... all in Clojure. I'm wondering about the level of interest in such a boot-camp, as well as how much people would be willing to pay...

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Poll created on February 28, 2010 and closed on October 13, 2011

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