ClojureBridge New York
New York, United States
2–4 June 2017
123 William Street, 19th Floor
New York, NY, 10038
Lisp NYC is proud to present:
CLOJUREBRIDGE NYC 2017
The official website for the event is:
The event will take place at Shareablee, the weekend of June 2nd - June 4th, 2017
Registration will start on Monday April 24th. A separate announcement will be made on that date.
If you are new or unfamiliar with Clojure or are wondering Why Clojure? please be sure to visit:
We are looking for motivated and empowered individuals to help with both the organizational and operational aspects of the event. Specifically we need to help with:
- Finding sponsors
- Promoting the event
- Presenting materials
- Assisting participants
- Food catering
- Miscellaneous tasks
As an official ClojureBridge Volunteer you will receive a free ClojureBridge NYC 2017 T-Shirt and you will credited on the website.
If you are interested in participating please send an email to:
Be sure to include your full name, what (if any) experience you have with Clojure and in what capacity you would like to participate.
We are currently looking for sponsors to help cover the catering and marketing costs of this free event. We have three sponsorship levels. As a sponsor you will receive a number of ClojureBridge NYC 2017 T-Shirts, and your name will appear on the website as well as all printed materials, but most importantly you will receive the satisfaction of knowing that you have empowered women in technology and made the world a better place. This is priceless.
If you or your company would like to sponsor the event, please visit
CODE OF CONDUCT
At Lisp NYC we take the code of conduct at our events very seriously. Please be sure to read our code of conduct for this event in its entirety.
Finally, please send all other inquiries to:
This is an amazing event and we look forward to your participation!
- Pierre (on behalf of the organizing committee)
Pierre de Lacaze
June 2nd: Install Fest (evening)
June 3rd: Workshop Day (all day)
June 4th: Application Day (optional)
123 William Street, 19th Floor, New York, United States
We are grateful for the involvement of Pierre de Lacaze and Heow Goodman and Yulia Shea and Evan Misshula and D Schmüdde and Stuart Sierra and David Bachowski and Gloria Stitt and Katherine Appelian, who will host this workshop, and will answer any questions you might have before or during the workshop.