Clojure/conj 2012

The Third Clojure/conj Conference

15 17 November 2012

22 speakers

21 sessions

Day 1 from 8am Thursday 15th November 2012

Day 2 from 8am Friday 16th November 2012

Day 3 from 8am to 3:20pm Saturday 17th November 2012

55 known attendees

  • Brian Cooley
  • Norman Richards
  • Alex Skryl
  • Jim Crossley
  • Terje Sten Bjerkseth
  • Larry Staton Jr.
  • Cosmin Stejerean
  • Jason Walsh
  • Lynn Grogan
  • Bret Young
  • Bodil Stokke
  • redinger
  • Jen Myers
  • Benjamin R. Haskell
  • Larry Karnowski
  • Steven Byrnes
  • Carin Meier
  • Reid Draper
  • Christian Romney
  • Jeffrey Hulten
  • Justin Shoffstall
  • Travis Vachon
  • Jeremy Heiler
  • Mike Coleman
  • Zach Tellman
  • Steve Miner
  • Ustun Ozgur
  • Jon Neale
  • Edward Cho
  • stuarthalloway
  • William Byrd
  • Conrad Barski
  • Michael Nygard
  • Rich Hickey
  • Chris Ford
  • hugoduncan
  • Edmund Jackson
  • Chris Granger
  • Ambrose Bonnaire-Ser
  • Frank Siebenlist (fs42)

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