• Monthly clj-melb meetup
    Hi all, Please come along to the Monthly meetup. This month we have Callum White speaking. Title: Working with undelivered values using manifold.deferred Summary: At Qantas Hotels we’ve been using manifold.deferred with great success for 6 months now. In this talk I will briefly compare them to Clojure’s futures and promises, and showcase how we use them at Qantas Hotels. This will be a fully interactive talk! Also please bring along those nagging Clojure questions and we will try to answer them for you! Additionally I we be answering a request to work through https://clojure.org/reference/compilation Hope to see you all there! James

    The Pond

    Level2, 382 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, au · Melbourne

  • clj-melb trivia night!
    Hi all, Please come along to a Clj-melb trivia night! Unfortunately due to illness the trivia was cancelled late month but this month it is back on! Come and test your knowledge about Clojure, Clj-melb and the Melbourne Clojure community to win your team a prize! Should be a fun night! James

    The Pond

    Level2, 382 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, au · Melbourne

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  • Monthly clj-melb meetup
    Hi all, *Please note this meetup will not be in the regular location. It will be at the CSIRO Data61 Demo Lab* This month we will have a special meetup hosted by CSIRO Data61. Laurine Rabusson and Jeremy Flagel will be presenting the work they have been doing at CSIRO Data61 as research students. Title: Decision Making under Uncertainty in a Clojure Platform Uncertainty is pervasive and affects both our economic and natural environments. It is necessary to factor in this uncertainty in order to provide robust, reliable operation plans of all kinds of supply chains in the real world. We are developing and extending a two-stage stochastic optimisation model of an agricultural supply chain to deal with this uncertainty, which is represented mathematically as a finite set of scenarios. This model has been implemented as a Clojure project, designed to facilitate unit testing, dimensional analysis, preparation of documentation and, most importantly, to allow the analyst to represent the problem and its solution as closely as possible to its mathematical description on paper. During this presentation, we will present you our work on this Clojure platform over this past four months. We will talk about our own experience understanding, improving and expanding the code with stochastic optimisation algorithms. Bio notes: Laurine Rabusson is studying for a Master’s Degree in computer science in ISIMA, France. She is specialised in Network and security in computer science, and she is currently doing an internship of 5 months in CSIRO data61 in the optimisation team. Jeremy Flagel is studying a Computer Science degree in ISIMA, France, and expects to finish in 2019. Last year he chose the department Network and Security as a speciality. At present, he is working on optimisation of mathematical problems in CSIRO. Hope to see you all there! James

    Data61 demo lab

    710 Collins St, Docklands · Melbourne

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  • Monthly clj-melb meetup
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  • Monthly clj-melb meetup
    Hi all, Please come along to the Monthly meetup. Thomas Crowley will be coming to offer us an "Experience report in writing an event-driven, extensible, dynamic IDE in Clojure based on Xi with the main goal of minimising the diveragance between runtime state and textual representation of your code." Sounds crazy and fun, hope to see you all there! James

    The Pond

    Level2, 382 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, au · Melbourne

  • Compose CFParty
    Details NOTE: This is an external event. Please grab a FREE ticket on Eventbrite. https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/compose-melbourne-cfparty-tickets-45333084476 (Do you like (FUNCTIONAL programming))? Do you like math? Most importantly do you like beer (or other beverage)? Compose Melbourne is a Functional Programming Conference holding it's THIRD!!! event in August 2018 in the Melbourne CBD. Our conference is focused on growing the functional programming community in Melbourne by providing accessable and inclusive events and education. We're launching our Call For Presentations at Loop Bar in the City on Friday 11th of May and you are very welcome to come along and meet some of our potential presenters and attendees. We'll be launching the Call for Presentations at this event along with more Compose :: Melbourne conference details!!!!!!

    The Loop Bar

    23 Meyers Place · Melbourne

  • Monthly clj-melb meetup
    Hi all, Please come along to the Monthly meetup. Tristan Straub is going to talk to us about "GraalVM, the parts, native Clojure, and inter-language interop." Hope to see you all there! James

    The Pond

    Level2, 382 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, au · Melbourne

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  • Monthly clj-melb meetup
    Hi all, Please come along to the Monthly meetup. This month we will be having a number of lightning talks! So far we have the following talks lined up: Les Kitchen - "CDR coding — compact lists on the Lisp Machines" Rodolfo Garcia-Flores - "A Lagrangean decomposition algorithm for solving two-stage stochastic linear programs in Clojure" Boyd Sharrock - "A minimalist template for ClojureScript on AWS Lambda." James Sofra - "Simulation load testing use Gatling in Clojure." If you have a lightning talk of your own that you would like to present please contact me. Hope to see you all there! James

    The Pond

    Level2, 382 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, au · Melbourne

  • Monthly clj-melb meetup
    This event was canceled.