Talk and Hack.
If anyone wants to talk, talk time.
Otherwise Main focus will be on:
Picking a problem/open source project and work in groups to try and solve. Compare results at the end.
Following in the footsteps of the London Clojure meetup.
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Who left with a lot of question marks after my remarks on "boot" might be interested in reading this: http://www.martinklepsch.org/posts/why-boot-is-relevant-for-the-clojure-ecosystem.html(basically a written down variant of what I talked about)
and the boot-clj project at https://github.com/boot-clj/boot
1 · November 12, 2014
Hey Jano, here at crealytics we have lots of space. We just asked the boss if we could host the meetup this week and he agreed. We'll just check later with our office management if we have enough beverages in stock.
The address is Oranienstrasse 185, 2. backyard, 3rd floor.
3 · November 10, 2014
0 · November 10, 2014
finnaly I have no excuse not to attend.see you guys @crealytics ;)
Hey, I won't be able to host the meetup this week. Does anyone have a venue available? Volunteers?
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