Introduction to Clojure with Applications
We're canceling the October Clojure Meetup to prepare for a special Meetup in November in consort with the 2018 Boston SPLASH conference.
The November Clojure Meetup is on Wednesday 7 November at 7:30pm in the Patil/Kiva Seminar Room of MIT. There are directions below.
Please note that the Clojure Meetup will gather on Wednesday evening (7 November) instead of our usual Thursday.
SPLASH is the ACM SIGPLAN conference on Systems, Programming, Languages, and Applications: Software for Humanity, which will take place in Boston from Sunday 4 November to Friday 9 November.
This year's Boston SPLASH is reaching out to local meetups with interests in programming languages and systems, and each evening of the week will feature different local group. Here is the schedule.
We have a small number of one-day SPLASH registrations available for Boston Clojure Meetup members. The Wednesday schedule is here, for example.
SPLASH is providing these $100 tickets free of charge and availability is very limited, so please make sure you plan to attend before claiming one. Contact the Clojure Meetup organizers if you are interested in one of the ticket. You will not need a ticket to attend the evening Clojure Meetup.
The evening will include an introduction to the Clojure language and applications development in Clojure. We want to make it an interesting evening for both beginners and experienced programmers. Bring your questions, skills, and laptops, or just show up if you're curious.
Directions to Patil/Kiva Seminar Room, 32-G449
The Patil/Kiva Seminar room is on the 4th floor of the Gates Tower in the Stata Center (Building 32).
Enter Building 32 at the front entrance and proceed straight ahead; there will be elevators to the right.
Take the elevators to the 4th floor; exit to the left and then turn right at the end of the elevator bank.
At the end of the short corridor bear to the left and continue around the R&D Dining Room.
CSAIL Headquarters will be to your left and the Patil/Kiva Seminar Room will be straight ahead.