This Thursday (9/16), Factual will be launching a Clojure meetup here at our Los Angeles office.
Clojure is a relatively new Java-based programming language, and is quickly gaining traction within the developer community.
Anyone with an interest in Clojure is welcome to attend, but the meetup will be specifically targeted to programmers interested in using Clojure. And although there aren’t any formal presentations planned, several Factual engineers will be on hand ready to share how we incorporate Clojure into the our platform and interested to hear how others are using it.
The goal is really just to have an informal discussion where attendees can voice their concerns, share use cases, and raise any specific questions related to Clojure, as well as meet other like-minded programmers. Oh, and pizza and drinks will be provided!
Here are the event details:
Event: Clojure Meetup
Date: Thursday, September 16th, 2010
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Where: Factual Office, 11111 Santa Monica Blvd., #250, Los Angeles, CA 90025
So stop by, have some pizza, and join us as we dive into the nuts and bolts of Clojure. And if you do plan on coming, make sure to go here to RSVP (so we’ll know how many pizzas to get).
Look forward to seeing you there!
–The Factual Team