I'm excited to welcome George Kierstein to speak at Clojure SYNC. We've got a problem. It's called bit rot. We have some working code. We don't run it for a few months. And when we try to run it again, it doesn't work. How did that happen? The system it was running on changed enough (packages
I am happy to announce that Zach Tellman will be speaking at Clojure SYNC. Zach Tellman is a prolific conference speaker. His talks are always enlightening and deep. He's currently writing a book called Elements of Clojure. The book is a deep essay into what makes Clojure code readable and
I'm excited to announce that Rebecca Kinsella will be speaking at Clojure SYNC. She's a technical recruiter at Funding Circle which is proving to be a powerful force in the Clojure world. Rebecca hosts the Bay Area Clojure User Group and is a regular presence at the US Clojure conferences. I
Yes, folks! The inimitable Will Byrd of miniKanren fame is going to be speaking at Clojure SYNC. Will Byrd presented a talk on his continuing efforts to preserve his work for at least 5,000 years. What are the challenges? Why would you want to do that? This talk falls squarely in the Context
I am very excited to announce a surprise speaker. The epic Kim Crayton will be speaking at Clojure SYNC. Kim Crayton has skyrocketed herself through the tech speaking circuit. She's working with programmers and leaders on issues of diversity and inclusion in technology as a Community Engineer.
I am very happy to announce that Emily Ashley will be speaking at Clojure SYNC. Emily is very enthusiastic about maps. She organizes the local chapter of Maptime in New Orleans. She volunteers at MapStory.org where users can build stories of changing maps over time. She's got an awesome topic
I am excited to announce that Baishampayan Ghose (known as BG) will be speaking at Clojure SYNC. BG has been a part of the Clojure community for a long time. There is evidence on the Clojure mailing list that he had the first Clojure code in production back in 2008! Since then, BG has built a
How do you choose which conference talks to watch? Whenever I watch conference talks online, I always ask myself "is this talk going to be relevant in ten years?" There are so many talks to watch now that I need some kind of criterion to figure out what to watch. This criterion helps me filter for