ClojureBridge Dublin

Dublin, Ireland

2–3 October 2015

This workshop is intended to reach out to women who are new to Clojure. To register, you must identify as a woman. Men, you are welcome to come if you find a woman who wants to learn Clojure who will register and bring you as a guest.

In this workshop, we’ll take you through building a sample app using Clojure. We’ll meet up Friday night (see Additional Info below for details) to install all of the software you need, and then spend the workshop day learning and writing code.

Total programming novices, system administrators, developers in other languages are all welcome. Each participant needs to bring his or her own computer, a relatively up-to-date Mac, Linux or Windows computer.

Attendees must RSVP through the Meetup event page.

(Sometimes people ask if the Friday night installfest is mandatory, and yes, it is! It’s a crucial part of the weekend, even if you’ve already gone through the instructions independently. There are a ton of moving parts when setting up a development environment, and the reason that we’re able to get through the curriculum on Saturday is that every single student has had their dev environment checked and has been awarded a sticker for their successes. There are also enough changing parts that even if you’ve been to a workshop in the past, you should attend the Installfest to get re-verified, because this stuff changes almost constantly.)

If you have questions or ideas for us, or want to volunteer, the best way to get in touch is to email Kevin Noonan and Claudia Doppioslash or comment on the Meetup event page.


installFest: 4th floor function-room, 12 Duke Lane Upper Dublin 2.

Workshop: Intercom, Stephen Court 18-21 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin

  • Please note that the InstallFest venue is not the same as the Workshop venue
  • The InstallFest is October 2, food and refreshments will be available at 18:30, we’ll start at 19:00 and last roughly 2 hours
  • The Workshop is October 3, starting from 10AM, ending approximately after 5PM
  • There’ll be an after workshop pub drinks
  • To reach the InstallFest building: from South Anne Street, turn onto Duke Lane at Kehoe’s pub. The door to WhatClinic is just a few metres away, opposite the Grafton Lounge. Take the lift to the 3rd floor, then walk up to the function-room on the fourth floor.
  • To reach the Workshop building (the old Anglo building): enter via glass doors next to the 24-hour Starbucks. (From TCD, walk up Dawson Street to the green and take a left.)
  • Intercom kindly provides drinks and snacks. Also, we’ll order in pizza, thanks to Aviso Novate & Circle.
  • The event is free-of-charge


Intercom, Stephen Court 18-21 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, Ireland


We are grateful for the involvement of Claudia Doppioslash and Kevin Noonan, who will host this workshop, and will answer any questions you might have before or during the workshop.

A huge thank you to our sponsors:

  • Aviso Novate
  • CircleCI