Talks Tickets

About

IN/Clojure is India's first Clojure conference focused on the many joys of Clojure.

Join us for a day of talks, conversations, discussions and maybe a party or two!

Schedule

Saturday November 26
0830–0915

Registration

Sign in and collect your conference kits at the registration desk.

0915–0930

Opening Remarks

Mohit Thatte
0945–1030

Progressive web apps with Clojure(script)

Tejas Dinkar
1045–1130

Functional programming in the large

Aleksander Sumowski
1145–1230

Functional Composition with Dependency Injection

Shantanu Kumar
1230–1330

Lunch

1330–1530

Un-Sessions (Details coming soon)

1530–1615

Designing an Object-Functional system with Clojure

Aditya Athalye
1630–1715

Onyx - Distributed Computation Platform

Anuj Kumar

Venue

Getting There

By Air: Pune International Airport (PNQ) is a 10 minute taxi ride from the venue.

By Train: Pune is well connected by train to all major cities of India. Pune Station is about 25 minutes from the venue by car.

By Road: Pune is also well connected by bus. If you are coming from Mumbai, we highly recommend taking the Shivneri bus from Dadar, Chembur, Vashi or Borivali (this is a government service).

Getting Around

Uber and Ola Cabs are both active in Pune city. You should have no trouble using these. Local autorickshaws are also easily available.

A few places of interest close to the venue are:

There are quite a few restaurants, pubs and small cafes in the Koregaon Park neighborhood, which is a 15 minute ride from the venue.

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Opportunity Grant

IN/Clojure aims to be an inclusive conference. We're really glad to announce an opportunity grant for community members who would be unable to attend the conference for financial reasons. The opportunity grant includes a free ticket and travel assistance.

Please fill out this form to apply for an opportunity grant. Please do share the link with your friends who might be interested.

We want our conference to have a diverse set of attendees. Ashe Dryden has written a detailed post on how to improve diversity at conferences, and it includes a section on what "diversity" means. We will try our best to be truly diverse.

Preference will be given to attendees who fall into an under-represented category in tech - women, members of the LGBTQ community, people with physical disabilities, and any other under-represented group.

However, please DO apply even if you do not fall into any of those categories!

You've never written a line of Clojure? It doesn't matter - apply anyway!

You don't think you 'deserve' to attend? You DO! - please apply!

Your friends are not attending the conference? - we'll help you meet new people and make new friends.

Decisions on the opportunity grant will be made by the organizing team with help from a diversity committee. Preference for travel assistance will be given to participants from Pune and other cities in India (due to budget constraints). We are open to consider applications from outside India as well.

Code Of Conduct

Our conference is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices.

We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form.

Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks, workshops, parties, Twitter and other online media.

Conference participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the conference organisers.

Feedback

Please use this link to submit feedback for talks.

Team

IN/Clojure 2016 is organized by Mohit Thatte, Baishampayan Ghose, and Sahil Muthoo with help from Abhishek Mishra