Introduction to Clojure*
Move fast and break things in this 100-minute, introductory-level Clojure workshop!
Are you interested in rainbow parens, functional programming, and the JVM? If so, Clojure may be the language for you!
In this workshop, you’ll learn
- The common use cases for Clojure
- Basics of Clojure syntax
- How to get started with the Leiningen build tool
- How to navigate Clojure’s library ecosystem, and
- Resources for further study.
The installation guide for this guide will be posted on Wednesday morning here: https://github.com/kpfell/clojure-osb-2016
Until then, it will contain the installation guide.
clojure, functional programming, programming
h3. Talks and workshops:
* ClojureBridge workshops in San Francisco and Austin
* A panel on "Women Who Code Who Do Tech Talks":https://www.airbnb.com/meetups/apnyfkztq-taking-flight-women-who-code-who-do-tech-talks-2
* An "Intro to Clojure Lab":https://github.com/cognitect/clojure-lab at Clojure/West 2015
and, by the time this talk will have happened,
* A "talk on organizing workshops":http://clojurewest.org/speakers at Clojure/West 2016
* A "talk on onboarding junior developers remotely":http://selfconference.org/events/2/sessions#speaker_93 at self.conference 2016
I've also done a few podcasts:
* "The Cognicast":http://blog.cognitect.com/cognicast/085
...along with a few more that will be posted by the time this talk happens.
h3. Related Things That Aren't Speaking
Also, though it's not "speaking experience," the following are things I've done that are related to my talk:
* Helped organize "Philly ETE":http://2015.phillyemergingtech.com/about/ and "Open Source Bridge":http://opensourcebridge.org/conference-team/
* Started the "Philly chapter of Papers We Love":http://www.meetup.com/Papers-We-Love-Philadelphia/
* Mentored at "Hackbright Academy":http://hackbrightacademy.com
* Mentored at PennApps Winter 2015
* Led community-building unsessions at Clojure/conj 2014, Clojure/West 2015, and (by the time this talk happens) Clojure/West 2016
I've also done informal community-related stuff while a member of "Double Union":https://www.doubleunion.org/
kf is a data engineer at Simple in Portland, OR. In her spare time, she serves on the boards of ClojureBridge and Bridge Foundry, helps organize volunteers at Open Source Bridge, makes questionable hair decisions, and posts selfies with her cat.