The Annual International Gathering of Clojure Enthusiasts and Practitioners in the Netherlands!
The recordings from the 2017 edition are available here:
Call for papers
Call for papers ended on 31th of January, 2017.
Dutch Clojure Days did happen onSaturday, March 25th 2017, 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM CET.
Dutch Clojure Days will take place at the wonderful TQ, in the heart of Amsterdam (Singel 542, 1017 AZ Amsterdam).
DCD is a free event that is made possible thanks to our amazing sponsors and volunteers.
If you are interested in sponsoring this event please contact us via email.
|Keynote: Transparency through data||James Reeves|
|Generatively testing user interfaces||Andreas Geffen Lundahl|
|Building Hermetic Systems (without Docker)||Will Farrell|
|Our Road Trip to Component||Marketa Adamova|
|Sequencing Dance Music with Clojure||Piotr Jagielski|
|Shipping a Clojurescript App||Riccardo Cambiassi|
|CREPL: Write and run ClojureScript code together||Gijs Stuurman|
|Using Onyx in anger||Simon Belak|
|From 0 to prototype using ClojureScript, re-frame and friends.||Martin Clausen|
|Clojure Puzzlers||Renzo Borgatti|
|defjoke - a macro for creating FP jokes||Ray McDermott|
Keynote: Transparency through data
Andreas Geffen Lundahl
Generatively testing user interfaces
Building Hermetic Systems (without Docker)
Besides being a fun word to say, what is "hermeticity"? Put simply, a hermetic system lacks external dependencies, which simplifies development, testing, and deployment. As a design principal, it mirrors the functional design so prevalent in Clojure. Learn how to use Clojure to build hermetic systems (with or without Docker) and leverage the REPL to manage the lifecycle of your services.
- How the notion of hermeticity is an example of functional design thinking
- How to identify hermetic (and not so hermetic) systems
- How to leverage Clojure (and the REPL) to build and manage hermetic systems
Our Road Trip to Component
lightning talkSequencing Dance Music with Clojure
lightning talkShipping a Clojurescript App
lightning talkCREPL: Write and run ClojureScript code together
Using Onyx in anger
From 0 to prototype using ClojureScript, re-frame and friends.
lightning talkdefjoke - a macro for creating FP jokes
Code of Conduct
All attendees, speakers, sponsors and volunteers at our conference are required to agree with the following code of conduct. Organisers will enforce this code throughout the event. We expect cooperation from all participants to help ensure a safe environment for everybody.
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The Quick Version
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The Less Quick Version
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