Do you want to explore the latest innovations in Clojure and meet with your peers attempting to solve complex software problems using this Functional language? Clojure's rise to prominence and it's increasing popularity as 'weapon of choice' for tackling complex software problems got us thinking; wouldn't it be great to get the world's greatest Clojure experts in London with hundreds of fellow Clojurians? Well, we thought so too.
If you're looking for the best place to learn about Clojure, Functional Programming and network with like-minded people, then the Clojure eXchange 2016 is the conference you simply can't miss! Meet with the world's leading experts, learn how to use Clojure in your team and discuss war stories with your peers.
In 2016 we celebrate the sixth birthday of the Clojure eXchange, and we're excited to see what's in store come December. Both days will feature a mixture of talks covering various aspects of Clojure development; from to libraries to music, from ClojureScript to Data.
Are you working on an exciting, original or innovative project? Have you created some neat technology or discovered a useful practice? Did you and your team, crack a mind-boggling engineering challenge? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, we would love it if you would share your skills, experience and ideas in a talk at Clojure eXchange 2016! Submissions can be on topics related to Clojure. Following the suggestions we've received through the Call for Thoughts and your feedback, we would like to actively encourage submissions on the following topics:
> Testing & Quality
- Om Next
- Frameworks (What's Working?)
> Data (Big & Small)
> Creativity & Community
Submissions should be for one of the following session types (time for Q&A is *included* in the session lengths):
- 30 minute talk (with Q&A included)*
- 10 minute lightning talk
*Please note that this is a strict guideline for the talk length. We advise that you share talks that you have prepared with this guideline of about 20-25mins of actual presentation in mind, and setting 5-10 mins for Q&A following that.
Talks will be selected by Skills Matter and the Programme Committee on the basis of making the conference a varied and valuable event. Submission is open to anyone, and we encourage first-time speakers to submit a proposal. Members of the Programme Committee are happy to offer coaching and assistance on talk proposals.
Chosen speakers will receive two free tickets to the conference: one for the speaker and one for a guest of their choosing.
Please find our code of conduct here: https://skillsmatter.com/go/code-of-conduct
Deadline for submission - Tuesday, 30th Aug 2016