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Hello fellow Clojurians,

yesterday I was watching Neal Ford's brilliant world domination video
and it got me again thinking about idea I've got for some time.

With the advent of online learning initiatives like Stanford, MITx,
and many others I think it would be great to create Clojure course.
Most of the resources are already out there. Videos are awesome,
4clojure is really nice, tools are improving every day and community
is really great.

I would really appreciate having Clojure course in my CV, and I
believe that others do as well.

If someone in the community is thinking about something like this, and
needs any help please let me know.

Cheers,

Peter

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  • Sean Corfield at Feb 16, 2012 at 10:01 pm

    On Thu, Feb 16, 2012 at 1:57 AM, Peter Hanak wrote:
    If someone in the community is thinking about something like this, and
    needs any help please let me know.
    Something like this, from the author of Clojure in Action, Amit Rathore:

    http://codelesson.com/courses/view/introduction-to-clojure
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  • Devin Walters at Feb 18, 2012 at 12:22 am
    I'll add a +1 to this. It seems like a great way to keep a stream of competent, hireable (from a business perspective) Clojure programmers flowing. I think it lowers some concerns for businesses considering adoption. Beyond that, even if a student were to go and program in another language, I have a feeling that the quality of Clojure U alumni would be above average. Programming in general is better off if something like this takes off in our community.

    '(Devin Walters)
    On Feb 16, 2012, at 4:01 PM, Sean Corfield wrote:
    On Thu, Feb 16, 2012 at 1:57 AM, Peter Hanak wrote:
    If someone in the community is thinking about something like this, and
    needs any help please let me know.
    Something like this, from the author of Clojure in Action, Amit Rathore:

    http://codelesson.com/courses/view/introduction-to-clojure
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    An Architect's View -- http://corfield.org/
    World Singles, LLC. -- http://worldsingles.com/

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  • Diepeglo at Feb 18, 2012 at 9:02 pm
    +1.

    To get an impression how this could look like check the upcoming Stanford,
    MIT and udacity classes:

    www.class-central.org
    www.udacity.com

    and of course not to forget the legendary ai-class.com (Sebastian Thrun's
    follow-up robotics class is at udacity.com and starts on Monday!!)

    - Dietmar

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  • Peter Hanak at Feb 19, 2012 at 11:40 am
    Sean thanks for pointing me to Amit Rathore's course. I really like
    his book and am looking forward to learn from him.

    I am glad that you guys think Clojure Uni is good idea. I think that
    best approach will be to start with Khan Academy. It is free and it
    seems easy to create new exercises. It might catch on.
    On Feb 18, 9:08 am, diepeglo wrote:
    +1.

    To get an impression how this could look like check the upcoming Stanford,
    MIT and udacity classes:

    www.class-central.orgwww.udacity.com

    and of course not to forget the legendary ai-class.com (Sebastian Thrun's
    follow-up robotics class is at udacity.com and starts on Monday!!)

    - Dietmar
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  • Labwork07 at Feb 20, 2012 at 3:13 am
    P2PU.org is a great format to teach a class. I took a Javascript class
    there. I wish someone would teach a class on clojure there.
    On , Peter Hanak wrote:
    Sean thanks for pointing me to Amit Rathore's course. I really like
    his book and am looking forward to learn from him.
    I am glad that you guys think Clojure Uni is good idea. I think that
    best approach will be to start with Khan Academy. It is free and it
    seems easy to create new exercises. It might catch on.
    On Feb 18, 9:08 am, diepeglo diepe...@googlemail.com> wrote:

    +1.
    > >
    To get an impression how this could look like check the upcoming Stanford,
    MIT and udacity classes:
    > >
    www.class-central.orgwww.udacity.com
    > >
    and of course not to forget the legendary ai-class.com (Sebastian Thrun's
    follow-up robotics class is at udacity.com and starts on Monday!!)
    > >
    - Dietmar
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