Ahmad’s presentation was a beginner friendly introduction to the Clojure debugging ecosystem. Specifically, he presented a number of techniques and tools – including spies, CIDER (an Emacs plugin
specifically designed for Clojure) and Cursive (an IntelliJ Plugin) – that can help diagnose and discover specific issues in which stacktraces are not sufficient.
In attendance were a range of entrepreneurs and engineers interested in the Clojure language.
Attendees munched on a spread of pizza and beer, and each took home a Signafire t-shirt and a bottle-opener.
If you are interested in taking a deeper dive, here are Ahmad’s presentation slides: