Tuesday, February 4, 2020. 7pm.
Dajwór 3,[masked] Kraków
Location (Ground Floor)
[look] You are at Artefakt Cafe entrance
[look forward] You see an inviting bar up ahead.
[turn right] You see fellow Clojurians milling around parens.
1. Roman Liutikov — ClojureScript compiler, deep dive: Leveraging the compiler in userland
"I this talk I want to share with you my experience working on ClojureScript's compiler and React wrapper library UIx. You'll learn about compiler's internals, how it works and can be used to achieve application specific optimizations.”
2. Alexander Juda — What'd you call me?! Detecting insults with Clojure and Python
3. Norbert Wójtowicz — Fullstack Clojure and all that jazz
(range 4 n). You?! We still have open slots for speakers!
(inc n). Lightning Talks!!!
If you would like to show off something you're working on, ask about a problem you're struggling with or just share something cool with us... this is the slot for you! Feel free to bring a laptop or just free solo with the mic.
Talks will be in English. The Clojure community is small as it is in Poland and we would like to provide an opportunity for non-polish speakers living in Kraków to attend more tech meetups. This is also a great opportunity for everyone to practice and level-up their language and presentation skills with a small, informal, and welcoming group of people.
We'll have access to a projector (HDMI), microphone, and plenty of time to share some beers (lots of good ones on tap) or other refreshing non-alcoholic beverages. Just don't expect to find an open kitchen, so grab some dinner beforehand.
If you would like to give a talk at an upcoming event, have any questions, comments, concerns or just want to say hi, emails us at: [masked]