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August 2014 - Clojure Meetup

This month, we'll hear from David Siegel on "How to Build a Light Table and How to Extend One."

Light Table, written in ClojureScript, claims to be "the next generation code editor".

We'll review the technology stack used to build Light Table, examine Light Table's architecture, and finish with a tutorial on building Light Table plugins.

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  • David S.

    Glad you liked it.

    You can find the presentation on github at

    There's a pdf there, but for the full presentation, load the index.html file.

    There's some sample code in the plugin0 and pinboard repositories.

    September 11, 2014

  • Dwayne J.

    Has anyone got a link to the slides used in this talk. Or possibly notes that they took?
    David was a great presenter!

    September 11, 2014

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