Coder Consortium

Software Engineering Enthusiast Group of Sacramento

Category: Clojure

February 5th Meetup

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10 Languages in 10 Minutes

Come one and all to the First in the 2015 Neophyte talks. Our Neophyte talks are meant for new Coder Consortium members while still appealing to crusty old-timer professionals like me. 10 languages in 10 minutes (each) will have a panel of Super-Star-Programmer-Ninja-Pirates each giving a talk on a different programming language. Here are the proposed languages:

Python Ruby JavaScript Lisp C# Java Groovy Scala Kotlin Scratch

There will be free Food provided by Tek Systems, Book and eBook raffles, and even a $200 license to Intellij Idea raffle provided by Jetbrains. Everything a Neophyte needs to get started.

Hope to see you all there!

October 2nd Meetup: Tom Parker - Exploring JVM Concurrency

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Hey Consorters!

The Great Tom Parker will be giving a talk on exploring concurrency issues and options in java and JVM languages. How STM and actors can ease the pain. Code samples include Java, Clojure, Groovy, Scala, and maybe even jRuby.

Hope to see you all there!

September 4th Meeting: Ed Gibbs - Stubbing Toes on Clojure Web Frameworks

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Hi All!

Ed has been cutting his teeth (that expression sounds so painfull) on Clojure web frameworks and will be giving us an overview of his findings. This is the second talk in our Series on the Clojure alternative JVM programming language.

As usual, we will be meeting at our Sponsors Hacker Lab and Tek Systems will be providing the food.

Come for the talk, stay for the swag!

Hope to see you all there.

August 7th Meetup: Trystan Spangler - Seeking Clojure

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Seeking Clojure

Hey Coders,

Finally your chance to get see what Clojure is all about! Trystan Spangler will be giving a presentation that will show you:

  • How you can integrate Clojure with existing java code.
  • How you can use Multi Methods and Macros to be a Clojure Ninja.
  • How you can edit running Clojure code.
  • How you can model adding, removing and changing over time with immutable data.

Plus you will see how Trystan built an asteroids game in Clojure.

Hope to see you all there!