ClojuTRE is a Clojure-oriented conference organized by Metosin. The event has a single track, late start, short talks (20 minutes and 5 minutes Q&A) and a funky after party for networking, discussions and craft beer. We welcome both newbies and seasoned Clojurists. This year the event will be held in Helsinki Friday 14th September.
Read also our blog post for more information.
In Helsinki, Finland.Korjaamo, Tram hall
You can fly to Helsinki-Vantaa (HEL). There is a train connection to Helsinki Central Railway Station.
You can book a room from Scandic Park Helsinki (Booking code BCLO130918) for a special price of 129€/one person room or 149€/two person room per night until start of June.
To be announced.
Nada Amin is a lecturer in Programming Languages at the Computer Laboratory, at the University of Cambridge. Previously, she was a member of the Scala team at EPFL. She has contributed to Clojure’s core.logic and Google’s Closure compiler. She’s loved helping others learn to program ever since tutoring SICP as an undergraduate lab assistant at MIT.
People are different. Let's respect that.
We, the organizers, want everybody to be able to enjoy ClojuTRE. We hope that everybody, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, or religion, can feel welcome and respected at ClojuTRE.
We need your help to to achieve this. We are counting on you!
Use your common sense. Don't be a jerk, ok?
If you notice any wrong doing please contact any organizer. You can also call or send an SMS to number +358 50 326 2280 (Mikko).
If you are interested in sponsoring the event, please contact email@example.com for information.