Clojure Remote is back

Last February, over 200 of you came together to make Clojure Remote a success. We’re pleased to announce CR17 is on for


February 9 & 10, 2017

Tickets start at $349


Whether you want to attend or present, let’s start collaborating today

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The details and schedule of Clojure Remote are a work in progress. Join our list to catch all the details as they happen over the next few months. See the current schedule here.

About the Conference

Clojure Remote is expected to be held February 9th and 10th, 2017 from 2:00 PM UTC – 9:00 pm UTC.

By registering to attend Clojure Remote, you’ll receive both live access to the event, as well as online-access to the videos/transcripts/code after the conference.

Admission is $349 until Dec. 1, after which the price changes to $425. Regular admission begins when the full schedule has been released.

Upcoming Milestones

  • Oct. 18 – Session Proposal guidelines published
  • Oct. 20 – Early-bird Admission opens at $349
  • Scheduling Intensifies
  • Dec. 1 – 50% of Conference Scheduled , Early-bird price changes to $425
  • 100% of schedule release – Regular admission begins at $499
  • … Practice, practice, practice
  • Feb. 9, 10 — The Conference!

What’s new?

Like last year, the conference will be held online (we’re thinking Crowdcast again), and videos will be made free to the public.

Unlike last year, we’re ramping up collaboration  and trying on some new ideas.

As of Nov. 28, we have already confirmed 11 sessions, include two workshops, a breakout session and a ton of great, practical talks. As always, from now until the conference in February:

  • CR17 will be scheduled and planned iteratively, and publicly.
  • Traditional talks will still be accepted (with reserved “new speaker” slots), but additional emphasis will be put on soliciting and building rich, interactive sessions
  • Ticket-holders will play an important role in providing feedback and shaping the conference as it develops.

I look forward to working with you to develop Clojure Remote 2017!

-Ryan Neufeld, Homegrown Labs

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