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Paul Lam in Town

Hey everyone, Paul Lam (https://www.quantisan.com/about/) will be on town for our next meeting on July 13th and offered to give a talk. He had two ideas and I thought it's probably best if we let the group decide :-) Topic 1) Clojure from London to Boston to San Francisco. I worked at uSwitch in London for 2 years doing Clojure. Then moved to Boston to co-found my startup based on Clojure and co-organize the Boston Clojure meetup. Recently I've been in San Francisco for a month meeting with Clojure people and working here. I can provide a first-hand experience about the culture, living, and work in these places. This will be a non-technical but unique talk. Topic 2) I founded my startup, Spokepoint, on Clojure(Script). I can talk about my experience with it on both a business (e.g. hiring) and technical (what I like and not like) level.

Jun 15, 2015 0 so far

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