Clojure/West 2012 speakers

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Aaron Bedra

Senior Manager of Application Security at Groupon bio from Twitter

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Alan

clojure computor, tinkerer @splat_space. tweets read but not eval'd bio from Twitter

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Alan Whitaker
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Amit Rathore

VP of Engineering at Runa & author of Clojure in Action bio from Twitter

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Andy Kriger
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Antoni Batchelli

I do computer stuff. Now I'm starting a company ( http://palletops.com ) and building a media empire ( http://disclojure.org ). I also raise 2 kids on the side! bio from Twitter

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arohner
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Baishampayan Ghose

Hacker. Co-founder/CTO at helpshift.com

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Bill Caputo

A programmer by trade, I tweet about things that interest me: tech, finance, politics, philosophy, food, life, etc... bio from Twitter

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bradford cross

design and data @prismatic bio from Twitter

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Carin Meier

Software Developer at http://neo.com/ who has a thing for Clojure and can be found hacking her Roomba and AR Parrot Drone. Curator of @locolo_on_main bio from Twitter

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Chas Emerick

Looking to make meaning. Founder of @snowtide, coauthor of @ClojureBook, and too many failures to name. Compulsive idea generator. bio from Twitter

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Chouser
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Chris Granger

wooohooo. bio from Twitter

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Colin Jones

Software craftsman at 8th Light, Clojure enthusiast, Rubyist, web security dilettante, vegetarian, and occasional trumpet player. bio from Twitter

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Craig Andera

Power nerd for life. bio from Twitter

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Creighton Kirkendall

Father of two crazy kids and husband of a beautiful wife. All of whom have to tolerate the fact that I am also a math and software nut. bio from Twitter

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Daniel Solano Gómez

The Clojure and Android guy. Currently writing ‘Decaffeinated Android’ for O’Reilly Media. bio from Twitter

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Dave Ray

On a Clojure kick. I work on Seesaw (https://github.com/daveray/seesaw) and other stuff . And now it seems I work on Overtone too (http://project-overtone.org). bio from Twitter

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David Edgar Liebke

Author of several open source Clojure projects, including Incanter, a data analysis and visualization environment, and the Avout distributed-state library. bio from Twitter

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David McNeil
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Federico Brubacher

Ruby, Clojure, Machine Learning, Hadoop, Time Series. Challenging and fun I'm into it. bio from Twitter

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fogus

Hobbist philosopher and co-author of The Joy of Clojure and author of Functional JavaScript. Open sorceror and reader of tomes. http://www.fogus.me

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hugoduncan

Entrepreneur and developer bio from Twitter

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Jim Crossley

Core contributor to TorqueBox and Immutant. Also into emacs, guitars, linux, juggling, tennis and disc golf. bio from Twitter

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Jim Duey

Christian, Clojure programmer, rock climber. bio from Twitter

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Kevin Lynagh
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Luke VanderHart

Clojure hacker, author of Practical Clojure, software developer for thinkrelevance.com bio from Twitter

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Micah Martin

Software Craftsman, President of @8thlightinc, Principal at The @thecleancoders, OSS Author of @llightdev and @fitnesse, father, husband, son. bio from Twitter

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Nathan Marz

Twitter engineer. Author of Storm and Cascalog. Writing the upcoming book Big Data http://manning.com/marz/ bio from Twitter