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Hi all,

after quite some time working on this I'm excited to announce
"the first 2-day, full-blown conference in Europe for the Clojure
community" to be held in London (England) on May 24-25. The conference
will be preceded by a 3-day training class delivered by the good guys
from Relevance :-)

The Call for Presentations is now open, all the details and the form
here: http://euroclojure.com/2012/call-for-presentations/

Looking forward to it, for any info please do not hesitate to contact me

Regards

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  • Edmund at Jan 31, 2012 at 8:10 pm

    On 31/01/2012 17:07, Marco Abis wrote:
    Hi all,

    after quite some time working on this I'm excited to announce "the
    first 2-day, full-blown conference in Europe for the Clojure
    community" to be held in London (England) on May 24-25. The
    conference will be preceded by a 3-day training class delivered by
    the good guys from Relevance :-)

    The Call for Presentations is now open, all the details and the
    form here: http://euroclojure.com/2012/call-for-presentations/

    Looking forward to it, for any info please do not hesitate to
    contact me

    Regards
    Magic !

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  • Daniel Kwiecinski at Feb 2, 2012 at 1:10 am
    What's the promo code?

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  • Marco Abis at Feb 2, 2012 at 3:16 pm
    Hi Daniel,

    promo codes are used to let speakers and sponsors' people register
    without paying (or for joint-campaigns with partners like SkillsMatter
    who will run a raffle for a number of discounted tickets for their
    members).

    Happy to answer any questions in private since I'm sure this is OT here :-)

    Cheers

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    2012/2/1 Daniel Kwiecinski <daniel.kwiecinski@gmail.com>:
    What's the promo code?

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