Lightning Talk for London Clojure User Group

I did a lightning talk for the LCUG earlier this month.  The idea was to give an idea of the things you can do with closures and was principally aimed at Java programmers who are interested in Clojure.  These are the slides, these are the speaker’s notes and here’s the video taken by skillsmatter.  It come in at under six minutes.  I was the first “support act” for Sam Aaron, whose talk isn’t up since it was a dry run for his Clojure Conj talk.  However, you can also see Philip Potter talking about labrepl and Nick Rothwell talking about DJing with Clojure.

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Julian Birch

Full time dad, does a bit of coding on the side.

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