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“BUILD STUFF” is a Software Development Conference for people who actually build stuff. We bring world-class speakers, letting them share about the latest developments, trends and innovations, as well as new directions in software development. Since launching in 2012, it’s really caught on quickly.

Recognized by developers from all over Europe, international Software Development Conference Build Stuff’15 Lithuania will feature 3 days (18-20 Nov’15) of conference sessions and 2 days (21-22 Nov’15) of workshops.


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Friday, November 20 • 11:20 - 12:15
(SLIDES) Bozhidar Batsov @bbatsov - CIDER: Building a Clojure Interactive Development Environment that Rock in Emacs

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This talk is dedicated to CIDER - an interactive development environment for Clojure. CIDER is the most popular programming environment in the world of Clojure these days and it's quite unique, for it's not a plugin for IntelliJ, Visual Studio or Netbeans; quite the contrary - it's built on top of the Emacs editor and it still provides a ton of cool features that most IDE users have come to love and expect from a modern programming environment.

We'll discuss whether (why) it's a good idea to build dev tools on top of Emacs, the history of the project, its current state and the bold plans for its future.

Be advised - by the end of the talk you'll probably become an Emacs user for life, so attend it at your own risk! :-)

Speakers
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Bozhidar Batsov

VP of Engineering
Bozhidar loves computers in general and programming in particular. His fanatic devotion to Emacs is known world-wide. Bozhidar spends a lot of his time on GitHub, contributing to various Ruby, Clojure and Emacs Lisp projects. Believe it or not, Bozhidar has interests outside computers as well! We won't, however, bore you with those here.



Friday November 20, 2015 11:20 - 12:15
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