You've played around with Clojure a bit. You've learned the basics and you enjoy the language a lot. Now you're wondering how to build your first non-trivial project. Let's do this together!
In this workshop we'll build an HTTP backend system for playing the ancient game of Go. We'll learn how to structure a non-trivial project. We'll use best tools the Clojure ecosystem has to offer. We'll use the productive dev environment to the full. We'll also learn basics of Go (the board game, it is).
The workshop is aimed at people who've experimented a bit with Clojure, know the basics of the language, and are now wondering how to structure a real-world project.
💥 Important! 💥 Are you going to attend the workshop? Be sure to follow instructions in the README of https://github.com/jstepien/goback
Jan is a software developer at stylefruits, where he's responsible for a network of micro- and macro-services. He runs (½-) marathons and enjoys wandering in snowy Alpine wilderness. When the weather is bad he plays Go instead. He’s easily confused by the assignment operator.
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