ClojureBridge is a free workshop to teach you the Clojure programming language, primarily aimed at those who identify as women, transgender & non-binary.
We support people who are completely new to programming, through to existing developers new to Clojure.
Why learn Clojure?
Clojure is a modern, general purpose programming language that can be use to build apps for the web, mobile devices and desktop. The simple syntax of the Clojure language makes it a great choice for those new to programming, or existing developers who want to learn about functional programming.
Sign up to hear about the next ClojureBridge workshop
ClojureBridge London is organized with a lot of love by volunteers. We try our best to make the workshop a memorable event and bring more diversity into our community.
If you have some Clojure experience (a few months or more) then why not volunteer to be a teacher or assistant. Helping others to learn is a great way to enhance your skills and confidence in Clojure (and teamwork).
Chatroom: ClojureBridgeLondon/chat (gitter.im)
Workshop February 2016
The February workshop took place on 18th and 19th February in London. We had 28 students and around 12 coaches.
Workshop Autum 2016
The Autum workshop took place on 1st October in London. We had 18 students and around 18 coaches.