What we're about

Clojure Berlin is a get together of people interested in Clojure—a Lisp dialect for the JVM. Come and discuss what you're working on, have questions, and meet other like-minded people.

Please see our About Page (http://www.meetup.com/Clojure-Berlin/about) for further reading.

Upcoming events (5+)

Clojure Berlin

Zalando SE -BTD-

Hello everyone, Clojure Berlin takes place once a month. This month's schedule and location are still to be fully determined, but will be announced soon. If you're interested in doing a presentation, please contact us. We welcome contributions on all levels (beginner to expert), on subjects ranging from Clojure, ClojureScript and Datomic to more general topic interesting to the community (LISP, functional programming, programming as a profession or as a hobby). So if you're from Berlin or are in town and have a topic you'd like to discuss, please get in touch. Presentations can be full-length (up to 20 min) or lightning style. If you're interested, please get in touch via email or on twitter (https://twitter.com/clojureberlin)! ----------------- On the agenda for tonight: Building native CLI tools with Clojure on GraalVM — Rahul De A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away... Clojure had garnered the reputation of being a heavy weight tool ideal only for server deployments on the JVM. Added together with its dynamic nature, full native compilation needed for fast and portable CLI tools seemed a fantasy. Until now... Learn about using the GraalVM to build such tools while still using the best language ever. Rahul De (https://github.com/lispyclouds , https://twitter.com/lispyclouds) is primarily a back-end and infrastructure developer at Zalando. He loves Clojure as much as he loves vegan food and sustainable living. A big time FOSS enthusiast and loves building a decentralized and sustainable communities. ----------------- Clojure Berlin adheres to the Berlin Code of Conduct (http://berlincodeofconduct.org/de/). Your organizers, Paulus ([masked]) and Ben ([masked])

Clojure Berlin

Needs a location

Hello everyone, Clojure Berlin takes place once a month. This month's schedule and location are still to be determined, but will be announced soon. If you're interested in doing a presentation, please contact us. We welcome contributions on all levels (beginner to expert), on subjects ranging from Clojure, ClojureScript and Datomic to more general topic interesting to the community (LISP, functional programming, programming as a profession or as a hobby). So if you're from Berlin or are in town and have a topic you'd like to discuss, please get in touch. Presentations can be full-length (up to 20 min) or lightning style. If you're interested, please get in touch via email or on twitter (https://twitter.com/clojureberlin)! Clojure Berlin adheres to the Berlin Code of Conduct (http://berlincodeofconduct.org/de/). Your organizers, Paulus ([masked]) and Ben ([masked])

Clojure Berlin

Needs a location

Hello everyone, Clojure Berlin takes place once a month. This month's schedule and location are still to be determined, but will be announced soon. If you're interested in doing a presentation, please contact us. We welcome contributions on all levels (beginner to expert), on subjects ranging from Clojure, ClojureScript and Datomic to more general topic interesting to the community (LISP, functional programming, programming as a profession or as a hobby). So if you're from Berlin or are in town and have a topic you'd like to discuss, please get in touch. Presentations can be full-length (up to 20 min) or lightning style. If you're interested, please get in touch via email or on twitter (https://twitter.com/clojureberlin)! Clojure Berlin adheres to the Berlin Code of Conduct (http://berlincodeofconduct.org/de/). Your organizers, Paulus ([masked]) and Ben ([masked])

Clojure Berlin

Needs a location

Hello everyone, Clojure Berlin takes place once a month. This month's schedule and location are still to be determined, but will be announced soon. If you're interested in doing a presentation, please contact us. We welcome contributions on all levels (beginner to expert), on subjects ranging from Clojure, ClojureScript and Datomic to more general topic interesting to the community (LISP, functional programming, programming as a profession or as a hobby). So if you're from Berlin or are in town and have a topic you'd like to discuss, please get in touch. Presentations can be full-length (up to 20 min) or lightning style. If you're interested, please get in touch via email or on twitter (https://twitter.com/clojureberlin)! Clojure Berlin adheres to the Berlin Code of Conduct (http://berlincodeofconduct.org/de/). Your organizers, Paulus ([masked]) and Ben ([masked])

Past events (93)

Clojure Berlin

ThoughtWorks Berlin Deutschland GmbH

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