Clojure-Asia February 2022 Online Meetup

Happy Chinese New Year my fellow Clojurians! :slight_smile: We will be having another Clojure-Asia Online Meetup for the month of February!

If all goes as planned, we will be having a talk by Paul S. Chun on his use of Reitit followed by QnA/discussion. Hope to see you there! :smiley:

Meeting Details:
Date: 19th February 2022 (Saturday)
Time: 1300-1400 SGT (0500-0600 UTC)
Location: Jitsi (Easy to setup open source video conferencing) (will email the link in time)

Contact Info:
Email: zackteo@gmail.com
Slack/Telegram: @zackteo

Please fill up the form here:
https://forms.gle/HbMf3yeixsh9mn3V8

Also:
Do join us on the #clojure-asia channel in the Clojurian Slack: https://clojurians.slack.com/archives/C02N2TTDVT5

Here’s the google calendar link for planned Clojure-Asia Meetups in 2022 (every 3rd Saturday of the month): https://calendar.google.com/calendar/u/0?cid=OWRtcjQ5Z29ybmNydjNna3FoZWoxdWRhczRAZ3JvdXAuY2FsZW5kYXIuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbQ

Hello!! :smiley:

We had an enjoyable time at our recent Clojure-Asia meetup!

Paul S. Chun gave us a nice flash talk on “Navigating Maps: Different Map Functions in Clojure” (which I will be uploading unto our Clojure Asia YouTube Channel in a couple of days). And following which, we had a short QnA followed by a joyful and laughter-packed discussion of Clojure related topics under the sun :D.

Based on this session, we will be aiming to have a monthly flash talk (10 to 15 min) for our sessions. This not only give us ample time for introductions/quick catch-ups before the talk and discussions after the talk, but is also more approachable for members who would like to volunteer their time to give a talk :slight_smile:

For those who were interested in joining but were unable to, we will be having these meetups once a month so hope to see you for upcoming sessions!

Do join us on the #clojure-asia channel on the Clojurian Slack, follow https://twitter.com/ClojureAsia and refer to the Clojure-Asia Online Meetup Schedule for 2022 - Google Calendar for the dates we have planned for future sessions (every 3rd Saturday of the month)

Zachary (zackteo)

A bit delayed but for anyone interested, here’s the link to Paul S Chun’s recent talk - Navigating Maps: Different Map Functions in Clojure - Paul S. Chun - YouTube