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Re: [baclojure] November meetup topics?

From: Andy B.
Sent on: Wednesday, October 26, 2011 2:56 PM
I second the hands on Emacs stuff. Took me a bit of time to get things
set up and there are still parts that are not quite right. I'd be
willing to help out though I am still an Emacs novice.

I'd also be interested in how people use Maven in their dev cycle
along with lein. Everyone seems to have nice packages published ready
for use and I have a hard time actually testing patches to these in my
own projects before I could potentially submit a fix. Also  I would
like to create nice packages for my own libs and projects so I'm
wondering what peoples workflow looks like.

- Andy



On Oct 26, 2011, at 2:19 PM, Sean A Corfield <[address removed]> wrote:

> A while back I said:
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>    "The November meeting is coming up fast. ... so I'd like to get a bit of feedback on what you'd like to see / hear at the November meeting!"
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> I also posted this comment on the November meetup page a couple of days ago:
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>    "Are there enough folks at the early stages of looking at Clojure that a hands on session covering getting an IDE set up with a good workflow would be interesting / helpful? Perhaps covering Emacs / Swank etc for half the time, then looking at other IDEs (e.g., Eclipse / CCW)?"
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> I just made the switch from Eclipse / CCW to Emacs (with a lot of cursing!) so I'd find a hands on Emacs session useful if there's enough interest and one of the Emacs "old hands" will volunteer to run it next Thursday? (November 3rd)
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> What do people think about that?
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