What we're about

Home of the Toronto Clojure community. All are welcome!

Join us on Slack to chat about Clojure and Clojurey things: https://clojure-to.herokuapp.com (https://clojure-chat.herokuapp.com)

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Upcoming events (4+)

Clojure Beginners - Intro Workshop (virtual)

Online event

A remote introductory workshop for anyone completely new to Clojure.

Learn about Clojure basics, get help setting-up Clojure on your computer, and start working on some exercises with a few experienced Clojurians around to help you.

The content is almost the same each month, so if you've got the basics down and want to practice, you'll probably want to attend the monthly "Beginners Practice" sessions instead.

Set-up instructions and other resources at: https://workshop.clojurecraft.com/

Clojure Beginners - Monthly Practice (virtual)

Online event

A monthly remote meetup for anyone new to Clojure.

This session is done in "dojo" / "mob-programming" style, where the group works on an exercise together, with participants taking turns "driving."

If you're completely new to Clojure, you may want to attend the "Introduction" workshop first, to learn Clojure's syntax, get their computer set up to run Clojure, and get used to the workflow.

Clojure Toronto meeting (virtual)

Online event

As discussed in our Slack, we're taking this meetup to the cloud! Use this zoom room to join us: https://zoom.us/j/96455851626?pwd=YUg3dktnOGFIaEhLcFMxcnFvUVdhQT09

Come join us for an evening of talks, programming and socializing centered around the Clojure language!

We do most of our communication via our Slack team. Send a message to Dann if you'd like to join.

"Doors" open at 7:00 and we'll go for about two hours. See you there!

Clojure Beginners - Monthly Practice (virtual)

Online event

A monthly remote meetup for anyone new to Clojure.

This session is done in "dojo" / "mob-programming" style, where the group works on an exercise together, with participants taking turns "driving."

If you're completely new to Clojure, you may want to attend the "Introduction" workshop first, to learn Clojure's syntax, get their computer set up to run Clojure, and get used to the workflow.

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Clojure Toronto meeting (virtual)

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