ClojureBridge is a beginner-friendly Clojure programming workshop for women. You can find more information here: http://www.clojurebridge.org/
In this workshop, we'll take you through building a sample app using Clojure. We'll meet up Friday night to install all of the software you need, and then spend Saturday learning and writing code. Each participant needs to bring her or his own computer with fairly recent Mac, Linux or Windows installation. If you have questions about your hardware, email one of the organizers before the event!
Food: We're providing dinner on Friday evening, breakfast and lunch on Saturday. Please email Jen Eliuk if you have any dietary restrictions.
Attendees must RSVP through this event page, as spaces are limited. ClojureBridge is dedicated to increasing diversity in the Clojure community, men are welcome as the guest of a woman who would like to attend. ClojureBridge is emphatically queer and trans friendly.
Organizers: Jen Eliuk, Daniel Glauser
Teachers:Denise Zimmerman, Joshua Stupplebeen, Rylee Keys, Ian Truslove, Sean Duckett, Daniel Glauser, Horace Williams, Kurt Harriger
AGENDA: The Friday Installfest starts at 6:00 PM, you'll be able to grab some food then work through the installation instructions with our teachers coming by to assist. We may be there as late as 8:00, you are free to leave as soon as your machine is all set up.
Saturday registration and breakfast starts at 8:30 AM, and we'll kick off our day with introductions at 9:00. Lunch will be at 12:15 PM and the workshop wraps up at 4:30, but some of us might go out afterward to socialize after a long day of learning. A more detailed agenda is available by request, I apologize Meetup won't let me attach any files here.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: You must bring your own laptop running Mac OS X (10.7 "Lion" or above), Windows 7 or above, or Linux.
LOCATION: Rally Software, 1550 Wynkoop St, 2nd Floor, Denver, CO (parking is not provided, there are several pay lots in the area and we're close to Union Station).
If you have special accommodation needs, please message Jen or Daniel. The Code of Conduct for the workshop can be found here: http://bridgefoundry.org/code-of-conduct/
As a reminder, class size is limited. If you cannot attend for any reason, please update your RSVP so someone on the waiting list can join.