A bunch of Metail Clojurians are off to Clojure eXchange 2015 this week.
Members from the Data Science, Data Engineering and Web teams will be catching up on what’s new and seeing how others are using Clojure to solve their problems. Metail make extensive use of Clojure and ClojureScript for a lot of our internal tools. We are also currently investigating the feasibility of using ClojureScript to implement the next version of our MeModel visualisation product instead of CoffeeScript and Backbone.
Some of the Clojure tech that we currently use is: Cascalog, Om (Now and Next), Immutant, Prismatic/Schema, Figwheel. Grab one of us if you want to talk about our experiences with any of these or anything Clojure or Data related.
All the content looks really interesting, some highlights of particular interest:
- Bozhidar Batsov – CIDER: The journey so far and the road ahead
- Kris Jenkins – ClojureScript: Architecting for Scale
- Nicola Mometto – Immutable code analysis with tools.analyzer
- Hans Hubner – Datomic in Practice
Looking forward to all the talks, catching up with old friends and making new ones. See you there.