We need someone to talk about Clojure! Nathan and I have been talking with the people over at the Groovy/Grails meetup, and we're thinking of joining forces on August 4th for a meetup we're going to call "Polyglot Programming on the JVM" We've got people to cover Scala and Groovy, but we want to talk about Clojure as well. Is there anyone out there with any experience with Clojure that would like to give a presentation of about 20 to 25 minutes on Clojure's strengths/weaknesses, etc.? Or is there anyone out there who'd like to pick up some Clojure between now and then and give the presentation. I actually wouldn't mind doing it myself, but I know almost nothing about Lisp, and I'll bet there is someone out there more suited to the task.
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