The London Clojure User Group are kicking things off with a talk from
Malcolm Sparks this month, titled: Reflections on a real-world Clojure
The format of this talk will be a whistle-stop tour around many elements of
a large Clojure application in use at Deutsche Bank. It will include a few
slides, demos and code reviews, illustrating the interesting parts as well
as tackling the boring but necessary 'non functional' concerns.
Malcolm is a lead application developer at Deutsche Bank, working in
Clojure. He was the technical lead for IONA's J2EE application server and
co-author of EJBHome and jcoverage (Coburtura). His Clojure free software
projects include plugboard (a REST framework) and clj-logging-config (a
logging configuration library). He can be found on Github at:
The talk is happening on 17th January 2012. You can register for the event,
and find venue details, here:
We're always on the look out for speakers for our future events. If you're
interested in doing a lightning talk or something a little meatier please
do get in contact even if it's to throw around some ideas you've had.
Feel free to email myself at this address, or Bruce Durling at bld [AT]
otfrom.com for any questions you might have.
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