ClojureBridge Berlin

Berlin, Germany

25–26 November 2016


Dieser 2-tägige Workshop findet am 25./26. November in Berlin statt und ist für Anfängerinnen bestimmt mit keiner oder wenig Erfahrung im Programmieren. Wir geben euch eine Einführung in die moderne Programmiersprache Clojure, um euch einige fundamentale Programmierkonzepte vorzustellen. Im Workshop werdet ihr auch eine App mit Clojure bauen. Der Workshop ist für TeilnehmerInnen, die sich als Frau* oder non-binary identifizieren. Unsere Coaches und OrganisatorInnen sind Mitglieder der Clojure-Community verschiedenen Genders.

Wir treffen uns am Freitag Abend, um die Software zu installieren, die wir brauchen werden. Am Samstag werden wir dann den ganzen Tag lernen und programmieren. Ihr werdet in kleinen Gruppen zwischen 2 - 4 Personen lernen.

Für den Workshop braucht ihr einen Laptop mit einem aktuellen Betriebssystem(Linux, Windows or Mac). Falls du keinen Laptop hast oder Fragen zu deinem Gerät, schreib uns gerne eine Mail.

Für alle anderen Frage, schreibt uns auch gerne:

Wir sind auch auf Twitter (@ClojureBridgeDE) und Instagram (clojurebridge_berlin).




This free 2-day programming workshop will be held in Berlin, Germany, on 25/26 November, and is intended for women✳ with little or no programming experience. We will use Clojure, a modern programming language, to introduce you to fundamental programming concepts and build a sample app using Clojure.

✳ We are offing this workshop to help make the Clojure community more accessible to a diverse range of participants. As such, registration is open to people who identify as a woman or have a nonbinary gender identity. Note that our coaches and organizers who will also be present at the event are members of the local Clojure community of various genders.

We’ll meet up Friday late afternoon to install all of the software you need, and then spend Saturday learning and writing code. You will learn and practice in small groups of 2 to 4 attendees each.

Each participant should bring their own laptop with a fairly recent operating system (Mac, Linux or Windows). If you have questions about your hardware or you don’t have a laptop, then get in touch with the organizers before the event!

Mail us for questions:

You can also find us on Twitter (@ClojureBridgeDE) and Instagram (clojurebridge_berlin).



Additional Info You Should Know

There will be food and drinks (vegan, vegetarian) provided. If you have any other dietary requirements you can let us know in the sign-up form.

The address is Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 32, 10178 Berlin. Nearest S/U-bahn is Alexanderplatz. There will be someone waiting downstairs to let you in and take you up the elevator.

The installfest on Friday starts at 18:00 (you can come a little later as well).

The workshop on Saturday runs from 9:00 till about 18:00.

Microsoft / Wunderlist
Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 32
10178 Berlin
Floor: 6-7 (event will be hosted at floor 6)

Public transport: S/U Alexanderplatz

We plan to have about 40 learners and 20 coaches.

Code of Conduct

We want to provide a safe and welcoming environment for everyone, so we will be asking all learners and event volunteers to respect the BERLIN CODE OF CONDUCT, which will be strictly enforced. Our aim is that ClojureBridge Berlin will introduce learners to new possibilities in programming and make the tech community in Berlin a more diverse and interesting place.


Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 32 10178, Berlin, Germany


We are grateful for the involvement of ClojureBridge Berlin, 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:

  • Bitcrowd
  • Doctronic
  • InnoQ
  • Lambda Island
  • SoundCloud Women in Engineering
  • The Pragmatic Bookshelf