The Call for Papers is now open for the 2014 Clojure eXchange.
Now entering it’s 4th year, the annual Clojure eXchange brings together experts and enthusiasts from the world of Clojure to explore one of the fastest growing functional languages.
This is not just an opportunity to come and listen to experts for 2-days, but a chance to fully immerse yourself in all things Clojure – and we’re looking for passionate, talented and brilliant Clojure virtuoso’s to join our line-up.
As with our other conferences, we aim to have between 25-50% of talks targeting newcomers to Clojure, Lisp and the JVM. The types of talks we’re looking for include:
- Clojure in startups
- Clojure in enterprise
- embedded projects
- experience reports
- robots, art, music, humanities, games, social science…
You can choose to either present a full-length 40 minute talk, or go for a shorter 10 minute lightning presentation. Talks don’t necessarily have to be about Clojure, but must be interesting to Clojurians!
The CfP will close on Friday 31st October, and successful presenters will be contacted by the week commencing 10th November.