Speakers, Clojure/conj 2014 Washington, D.C. Nov 20-22

Speakers, Clojure/conj 2014 Washington, D.C. Nov 20-22

Hyperlinks for authors point to Twitter profile pages, title of paper follows:

Jeanine Adkisson Variants are Not Unions

Bozhidar Batsov The evolution of the Emacs tooling for Clojure

Lucas Cavalcanti Exploring Four Hidden Superpowers of Datomic

Colin Fleming Cursive: a different type of IDE

Julian Gamble Applying the paradigms of core.async in ClojureScript

Brian Goetz Keynote

Paul deGrandis Unlocking Data-Driven Systems

Nathan Herzing Helping voters with Pedestal, Datomic, Om and core.async

Rich Hickey Transducers

Ashton Kemerling Generative Integration Tests.

MichaƂ Marczyk Persistent Data Structures for Special Occasions

Steve Miner Generating Generators

Zach Oakes Making Games at Runtime with Clojure

Anna Pawlicka Om nom nom nom

David Pick Building a Data Pipeline with Clojure and Kafka

Ghadi Shayban JVM Creature Comforts

Chris Shea Helping voters with Pedestal, Datomic, Om and core.async

Zach Tellman Always Be Composing

Glenn Vanderburg Cl6: The Algorithms of TeX in Clojure

Edward Wible Exploring Four Hidden Superpowers of Datomic

Steven Yi Developing Music Systems on the JVM with Pink and Score

Abstracts for the papers appear here.

Obviously a great conference to attend but at a minimum, you have a great list of twitter accounts to follow on cutting edge Clojure news!

I first saw this in a tweet by Alex Miller.

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