The Clojure learning conference in Germany
February 20, 2016 in Berlin

:clojureD is an independent non-profit conference from the Clojure community for the Clojure community. Focus points will be interesting developments and ideas in the global Clojure community as well as introductory-level talks highlighting the fun aspects of learning and messing with Clojure. Besides a day of interesting talks :clojureD will be an opportunity to meet the German & European Clojure community and share a good time together.

The conference will be held in English.

Conference Impression

The organization of the conference is kindly supported by Beuth University providing their facilities and excellent infrastructure.

Of course, we are looking for speakers! Please see our Call for Proposals. Help us by telling your friends about :clojureD and our CfP! Stay in the loop by following us on twitter

If you would like feedback on your talk idea or are uncertain if you should submit a talk: don’t hesitate to contact us. We are very happy to help you find and refine your topic.

The very affordable tickets for the conference will go on sale soon. As mentioned before :clojureD is a non-profit conference so all proceeds from ticket sales will directly go towards creating a great conference experience for you.


The venue is a university (App.Sc.) with a wonderful hall, two nice auditoriums, and a good infrastructure. The conference venue is close to the Tegel airport and central train station.

10 Minutes from S-Bahnhof Zoo or 13 Minutes from Hauptbahnhof! Hence we recommend any central hotel near these locations.

Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin

Luxemburger Str.10 13353 Berlin

Ingeborg Meisel Saal: Right in the big Grashof-Skyscrapers (C).

U-Bahn: Station Amrumer Straße and Leopoldplatz.


Code of Conduct

We all want the :clojureD Berlin to be a fun and fruitful event for everyone, regardless of their gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion.

To ensure this :clojureD uses the Berlin Code of Conduct.

We will not tolerate harassment of any form at the conference. If you witness intolerable behavior please let us know:

  • Martin Klepsch (Mail or +4915732096691)
  • Marta Paciorkowska (+49 152 58 65 09 00 or twitter @a_meba)

Be nice, welcoming, and respectful.

Partner Conference: BOB

Visit our Partner Conference BOB on Friday the 19th, the day directly before :clojureD

BOB Conference

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:clojureD on twitter: @clojuredconf