It's no secret that I've become I big fan of Clojure in the last year or so. I've done three talks, collaborated on a series of print articles (part 1, 2 and 3) and an online article to promote it as much as I can, and I think I made up with enthusiasm for my lack of practical experience. But I'm definitely not experienced enough with the language to do a multi-day workshop that would stand up to some tough questions. On the contrary, in fact I'd love to attend an advanced workshop done by some really smart folks who have more than introductory-level knowledge.
So I got in touch with two of the most respected Clojure folks in Europe, Christophe Grand and Lau B. Jensen, and asked them whether they'd be interested in doing one of their conj-labs trainings in Germany. And they agreed in exchange for my promise to help them a little with regards to marketing it around here. Which I've gladly agreed to do :-)
So, mark the date: From 26 to 28 October, Frankfurt will be the place to learn about one of the coolest programming languages on the planet. What are you waiting for? Find out more, register now, and please help spread the word.
(Next up: A bunch of good reasons in German to use to help convincing your boss, if you happen to have one – stay tuned.)