Clojure Berlin takes place once a month.
On the agenda for tonight:
Learnings from 2 years of microservices in Clojure - Ward Coessens
As a tech lead for a 6 developer, cross-functional team, Ward has created 5 different microservices in Clojure over the last 2 years. He will share how he tried to fight fear of parentheses, how to avoid creating more then 1 big ball of mud and how schema's solved all his problems (including his loss of hair).
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/).
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