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Clojure Talk at LispNYC Tomorrow

From: Pierre de L.
Sent on: Monday, October 8, 2012 3:08 PM



I apologize for sending this out at the last minute, but I wanted to let you know that Heow Goodman will be giving a  talk on Mining the Social Web with Clojure at tomorrow’s LispNYC meetup group at meetup HQ.  


Please follow the link below for more information and to sign up.


Heow  has a decade’s worth of web development experience using just about every combination of languages and tools you can think of and then some. He has settled on Clojure and ClojureScript as his choice languages for both client and server side web development. Tomorrow’s hands-on talk on the topic of web development and data mining in Clojure promises to be extremely educational.



Mining The Social Web



Discussions about your company or organization are increasingly happening on places other than your website. Learn by example how LispNYC harnesses the community's collaborative and filtering power using simple Clojure-based web applications.


I hope to see many of you there.






Raymond Pierre de Lacaze

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