Diverse and supportive community for those new to coding and Clojure curious developers. Providing in-person and online events to mentor each other and share our experiences freely
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London Clojurians is all of us
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Thank you for supporting London Clojurians.
The community supports those new to Clojure as well as those new to coding and all our members agree to follow a code of conduct.
Your contributions will enable the sustainability of the London Clojurians community and support our varied set of online and in-person events
- ClojureBridge London supports under-represented groups discover Clojure
- re:Clojure - our free to attend annual community conference
- monthly meetup events with a speakers from all over the world
- subscription and admin cost such as domain name & Zoom plan for larger online meetups
London Clojurians is a very active community with several events per month (especially outside of a pandemic). These events including technical talks, coding dojo's to practice Clojure, hack-days to collaborate on projects together and a yearly community driven conference.
The community started in London (hence the name) and this is where our in-person events take place. Most of our events have moved online and we have regular broadcasts via YouTube, so our audience has grown to be much more world-wide.
Clojure is a great way to learn functional programming thanks to a small and well crafted syntax and focus on simplicity. It is a valuable language for beginners and experienced developers to learn and leads to opportunities to start and evolve a career. The community is very friendly, especially toward those new to Clojure and new to coding.
We hope you will support us and increase the communities ability to freely spread knowledge and an appreciation of Clojure. We also invite you to share your own experiences to our community.
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News from London Clojurians
Updates on our activities and progress.
Talk: Joyride VS Code using a Clojure REPL (by Peter Strömberg and Michiel Borkent)
Talk: Streamline common annoying database tasks with datapotato and dbxray (by Daniel Higginbotham)