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
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_v5x8madQjQ Clojure SYNC is happening 2 days after Mardi Gras. You may want to come a few days early. These are my tips.
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Clojure SYNC is a new conference that I’m organizing in New Orleans. Going to a conference can be a big expense. Is this new conference worth the investment? But more importantly, is it worth your investment? A single conference can’t be for everyone. I wanted to share some of the things that make
If you sit down at any restaurant in New Orleans, you may encounter a bunch of words you don't understand. Étouffée. Gumbo. Jambalaya. I've made a quick guide to some of the more popular dishes so you can order like a local. Food guide for Clojure SYNC Image credit: By Amadscientist - Own