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When: Thursday, May 14, 2020
Place: [ONLINE]
Title: Why Closure?
Presented By: Alex Miller
About the Presentation: Clojure is a dynamic general-purpose language on the JVM. This talk will be a quick spin through the language and its strengths, particularly in comparison to Java. We'll also cover how to use Clojure and Java together.
About the Presenters: Alex Miller works on maintaining Clojure and supporting the Clojure community at Cognitect. He co-authored the books Clojure Applied and the 3rd edition of Programming Clojure, both on Pragmatic Press. Alex is the founder of the Strange Loop, Clojure/west, and Lambda Jam conferences. He writes regularly at insideclojure.org.
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    May 2020 Why Clojure?, Alex Miller(Cognitect)
    June 2020 Developing low latency Java applications with Hazelcast, Sharath Sahadevan(Hazelcast)
    July 2020 Migrating Beyond Java 8, Dalia Abo Sheasha(IBM)
    August 2020 Architecture Foundations: Styles, Patterns & Tradeoffs, Neal(ThouhgtWorks)


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