This is a group for Clojure enthusiasts and anyone interested in learning more about functional programming. We get together once a month to discuss all things Clojure and how best to use it to do awesome things!
All skill levels and backgrounds are welcome so don't be intimidated. There is a tonne to learn when it comes to Clojure including:
Functional Programming and LISP
Immutable data structures
Libraries like core.typed, core.async, and core.logic
Please note the new venue: "Bank of Ireland Workbench", at Trinity College Dublin.
Topic: "Tree structures for indexing data"
Speakers: Sameer Rahmani & Katie Maxwell
July's talk covered hashing functions. This talk will cover several data-structures which are useful for indexing data in databases and programming languages; starting with B+ trees and moving on to more advanced data structures to index data: Hitchhiker trees, redux tree and several different trie structures.
Duration: 30 minutes.
Speaker bio for Sameer Rahmani:
"Yet another #programmer. I mostly spend my time on databases, #elisp, #clojure. Senior software engineer at Udemy"
Speaker bio for Katie Maxwell:
We’re seeking new venues and speakers. If you'd like to speak, please send us some details of your proposal:
Presentations may cover a Clojure core-language topic, a library or software tool, or a project you’ve worked on.
Also, please contact us if your company would like to host a Clojure Ireland event: