Strange Loop 2011 Registration and Call for Presentations

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Alex Miller

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May 18, 2011, 11:38:59 AM5/18/11
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Hello Clojure fans,

I'm pleased to announce that Strange Loop 2011 has launched! Strange
Loop 2011 will take place Sept 18-20th in St. Louis, MO. Early bird
prices start at $250 (until July 8th).

Registrations are open now (see https://thestrangeloop.com/attendees/register-page
for details and the link). Strange Loop is a cross-technology
conference focused on the developers building tomorrow's technology in
areas like languages, databases, concurrency, distributed systems,
mobile, and web.

The Strange Loop Call for Presentations can be found at
https://thestrangeloop.com/sessions-page/call-for-presentations and is
open until June 10th. The full list of keynotes and invited sessions
can be found at http://thestrangeloop.com/sessions.

I urge you to check out the full list for Scala, Erlang, Haskell, Go,
JavaScript, and more but Clojure fans might be particularly interested
in presentations like:

* Rich Hickey (keynote)
* Stuart Sierra - Intro to Clojure (workshop)
* Aaron Bedra - Building Analytics with Clojure (workshop)
* Nathan Marz - Cascalog (workshop)
* Phil Hagelberg - Getting Cozy with Emacs (workshop)
* Steve Yegge - TBD
* Nathan Marz - Secrets of Building Realtime Big Data Systems
* Nate Young - functional parsers in Clojure
* Zach Tellman - Event-Driven Programming in Clojure
* Jim Duey - Monads Made Easy

Hope to see you there,

Alex Miller
Strange Loop founder (and full-time Clojure developer)
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