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Clojure Cookbook Contribution Jam Night

Ryan Neufeld and Luke VanderHart have been toiling over Clojure Cookbook for months. This late summer evening Ryan joins us to talk a little about the book, and kick off an all-night writing session.

The Clojure Cookbook (O'Reilly) is a book unlike any other in the Clojure community; For the community, by the community, the Cookbook is an open-source, community-written "Cookbook" covering a wide range of recipes Clojurists might reach for in their day-to-day practice.

The purpose of this event is to introduce local community members to the project, teach them how to write a recipe and give them the fuel (recipe ideas, support) to write one or two recipes that evening, securing their place in a published Clojure anthology.

Join us for a night chock full of literary composition. How many recipes can we write in a night? Five? Ten!? Twenty!?!

As always, Pizza and open arms will be provided.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    You better all hurry, we got Mellow Mushroom instead of Papa John's today ;)

    August 21, 2013

  • matt h.

    Sadly, I can't make Wednesdays either. Write some good recipes!

    August 17, 2013

  • Chris R.

    Can't do Wednesdays. :(

    July 31, 2013

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