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Special Bay Area Clojure Meetup discount code for Clojure/West

From: Alex M.
Sent on: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 11:21 PM
Hi all,

Clojure/West is just a couple weeks away (San Jose, Mar 16-17) and I'm
hoping there are still dozens more of you procrastinating about
registering.  If so, I'm here to provide a special discount code just
for you guys.

If you register for the conference with discount code BACLJ, you can
receive an extra $50 off.  This discount IS good in conjunction with
the Friend of Attendee program which gives you $50 off and an existing
attendee a $50 refund.  So your effective rate with both of these is
- Register here: http://regonline....­

Also, you can use the same BACLJ discount code in registering for any
of the pre-conference workshops to receive $100 off!  That includes
the 3 day Intro to Clojure class taught by Stuart Sierra and Alan
Dipert, the 3 day Cascalog class taught by Sam Ritchie, and the 2 day
Clojure Web class taught by Chris Granger.
- Register here: http://regonline....­
- Training info: http://clojurewes...­

The conference will feature a keynote by Rich Hickey, talking about a
secret that is slowly being revealed on his Twitter feed - so far we
know that it's a new database called Datomic. I've seen a sneak
preview of the presentation and it's pretty awesome.  Stuart Halloway
will be talking about Evident Code based on his work in the Datomic
project as well.  Richard Gabriel, Lisp guru, will be sharing some
wisdom with us and Bradford Cross will be sharing how Clojure has been
a high leverage tool for Prismatic (http://getprismat...­).

On top of all that, we've got 36 other sessions from people like
Chouser, Fogus, Stuart Sierra, Nathan Marz, Zach Tellman, Aaron Bedra,
Chas Emerick, and David Liebke!  Swarm coding with Phil Hagelberg!  An
Overtone party hosted by Heroku (free beer) with a talk and jam
session with Sam Aaron and Jeff Rose!

Hope to see you all there!
Alex Miller

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