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National Capital Area Clojure Users Group Monthly Meetup

  • Jun 17, 2010 · 6:15 PM
  • FGM

The meeting will be held at the company FGM in Reston.

Presentations:

The Magnificent Seven

Speaker: Fogus

The Magnificent 7 - How many Clojure forms does it take to create a
fully-functional and powerful Lisp variant? Would you believe 7?

Overview of the Clojure/core venture

Speaker: David Liebke

I'd like to give a short talk on the the background, motivation and goals for the new joint venture between Rich Hickey and Relevance, and solicit ideas for improving the Clojure ecosystem, which is one of Clojure/core's goals.

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  • Seth S.

    @liebke was there to make the case for Clojure/core. It made sense and was great to have direct input to [masked] :-)
    @fogus a presentation on what building a Lisp requires. It takes both more and less than I expected, and something that I will keep in mind.

    June 17, 2010

  • Fogus

    I'd be willing to take one of those June slots if still open.

    June 1, 2010

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