The efforts to make ClojureBridge a reality have been in motion for the past few months, and I thought I'd give a general update since we don't have an official blog up yet and have been getting a lot of questions from folks. It's so great to see how many people are genuinely interested and want to contribute.
We've been meeting every other week and things are pretty well organized. There's been really good communication and lots of great ideas being considered thoughtfully. Today's meeting was really productive and things are coming together nicely.
So, without further adieu, here are the most exciting updates:
- The first workshop will be in Durham, NC, April 4-5
- The second workshop will be in San Francisco, CA, May 2-3
- More are already being discussed, and I need to get it together and start planning the Denver workshop
- We'll be using LightTable for the IDE
Once we have event invitations and can take sign-ups, I'll post links.
Curriculum is still being developed but is in good shape already. If you want to check out what we have so far, please take a look at the repo.
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