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David Nolen on Clojure

David will be giving an exciting talk on some of the latest evolving technology paradigms in the Clojure community. His presentation will include insightful views into this rapidly spreading nouveau art of functional excellence. While part of the presentation promises to be visionary,  there will also be a copious amount of actual code examples and legendary live coding adventures.  

David Nolen is a software engineer for Cognitect. He enjoys making music, writing JavaScript, writing ClojureScript, and exploring new approaches to user interface programming.

Twitter: @swannodette

This will actually be the last LispNYC meetup to be held at Meetup HQ. Next year we will changing venues. We are extremely grateful to Brian Gruber and Meetup HQ for generously hosting our multi-year stint at Meetup HQ!

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  • Eric E.

    "Transit is a format and set of libraries for conveying values between applications written in different programming languages. "

    1 · November 26, 2014

  • narendra

    awesome work david , very informative , looking forward for more

    November 26, 2014

  • Pierre de L.

    David gave a really great comprehensive and informative presentation of Clojure's Transit library.

    November 26, 2014

  • John C.

    I have to say this is a horrible date. Not only is November 19 the date of the Scheme and Functional Programming Workshop (at which I'll be presenting), but it is the night before Clojure/conj, which is being held in the same venue. Is this talk supposed to be the booby prize for people who can't make Clojure/conj?

    November 9, 2014

    • Pierre de L.

      John, we are trying to secure a spot for the following week (post Clojure Conj).

      November 10, 2014

    • John C.


      1 · November 10, 2014

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