Please join us for an evening of Clojure entertainment with JUXT, who will be running a workshop on Crux (see https://juxt.pro/crux) accompanied by a couple of lightning talks. [As usual, Beer/soft drinks and pizza is provided.]
JUXT will be giving away high quality t-shirts featuring John McCarthy's face, see: https://twitter.com/nikitonsky/status/1119565768411308032 (also available in blue) - don't miss out!
[Doors open at 6:30PM and sessions will begin at 7PM.]
## Sessions ##
by Jon Pither and the Crux team (Håkan Råberg, Patrik Kårlin & Jeremy Taylor)
Come along and checkout Crux. The core development team will give an overview of the features and architecture of the document database, and then we will do some live coding, where attendees can code along if they wish (we will be on-hand to assist setup). We will exercise Crux's graph query capabilities using Datalog and we will reflect on the Crux extension points. We will also modify the 'business time' past to perform bitemporal queries, and discuss the uses of bitemporality in general.
Tick the Cross Platform Time/Library
by Malcolm Sparks
Tick is a cross-platform time-library and runs on both Clojure/ClojureScript. During this lightning talk we will cover the motivation for building Tick, and it's powerful feature-set for handling time intervals.
There will be time for socialising after the sessions are finished.