Smashing first meeting

December 8, 2008

Our first study group face-to-face meeting was a success. Fifteen people came, some all the way from Baltimore, bringing a wide range of experience and interests to Chief Ike’s storied, if slightly wobbly, tables. Philip Fominykh gave a presentation about using emacs and SLIME to hack Clojure, and then we broke down into smaller, informal chats. It was fantastic to meet everyone, and I’m looking forward to working together in the coming months. There’s real excitement about Clojure here in our nation’s capital.

Big thanks to Chief Ike’s Mambo Room for making the space and helping us get set up.

Our next meeting will take place shortly after New Years. Information on time/place, as well as format, will be posted here.

December 7, 2008 at Chief Ike's Mambo Room

Our first meeting: December 7, 2008 at Chief Ike's Mambo Room


Announcing the DC Clojure study group

November 30, 2008

Members of Fringe DC are organizing a Washington DC area study group around learning Clojure and hacking some righteous artifacts with it. The first meeting is Sunday, December 7, at 1PM at Chief Ike’s Mambo Room, 1725 Columbia Rd NW. We’ll be meeting in person for about 3 hours every 2 or 3 weeks, and we’ll have an online forum for collaboration and contributions. Interested parties are welcome to come by. See some pointers below to prepare yourself so you can make the most of our time together.

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