Introduction to Clojure - Melbourne

May 20 - 21, 2013 · Melbourne, Australia
YOW! Lambda Jam in conjunction with Relevance, Inc. and Clojure/core are pleased to offer, for the first time in Australia, a two-day introductory-level training course on the Clojure language.

Who Should Attend?

This workshop is a good fit if you are:

An experienced programmer who is new to Clojure
Want to learn about functional programming and immutable data
Want to create a Clojure app or improve an existing app

What’s Included?

Lunch & Refreshments
Internet connectivity and power during the workshop

What Will I Learn?

Day 1 (20 May 2013: 9.00am - 5.00pm)

Introduction: Programming with the REPL
Functions and Flow Control
Names and Namespaces

 
Day 2 (21 May 2013: 9:00am - 5:00pm)

Immutable Data: Collections and Sequences
Concurrency: State and Time
Polymorphism: Protocols, Types, and Records

What Should I Bring?

Your own laptop (computers are not provided)
Software installed prior to the class (this information will be emailed to attendees one week prior to class) 


About The Trainer
 


Stuart Sierra has been involved in Clojure since (almost) the very beginning and is the author of many open-source Clojure libraries. He developed one of the first real-world Clojure web applications, AltLaw. He is the co-author, with Luke VanderHart, of the book ClojureScript: Up and Running and Practical Clojure.



About The Venue

The venue for Introduction to Clojure training is sponsored by ThoughtWorks.



Questions?

For more information on training content, please contact training@thinkrelevance.com.

For more information on bookings, please contact info@yowconference.com.
 
                                                     
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