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Clojure Berlin takes place once a month, on the second Wednesday of the month.
This month we will have a full length (20 minute) talk, and some lightning talks. If you have something to present or raise, bring it along! Naturally, there will also be plenty of opportunities to mingle and discuss.
The details of the talk are as follows: Enhancing Your Libraries’ Security and Performance through Macros Veit Heller
Macros have a reputation of being footguns for your codebase. During my talk I want to convince you that while some macros can be extremely brittle, writing a few solid, useful macros and using them wisely can improve both the security and the performance of your application.
Veit is a jack of all trades, but a master of none. He frequently oscillates between compiler development, writing, creating generative art, and trying to get work done as the CTO of port zero, a small consultancy based in Berlin. He does a lot of open source work and likes to build programs for domains he knows nothing about.
Clojure Berlin adheres to the Berlin Code of Conduct (http://berlincodeofconduct.org/de/).
Paulus (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Ben (email@example.com)