Aaron Bedra

Clojure Part 2: Building Analytics with Clojure

Our software collects data every day. It fills our databases, logs, and various other crevices. The question is, how do we use it? Most of us simply collect it in case we need it some day. The data your software collects can be the secret to unlocking new potential in your market. It can tell you things your users aren’t. It’s important to know how to make your data work for you.

Join Clojure/core’s Aaron Bedra as he takes you through the beginning of what will turn out to be a wonderful relationship. Aaron will introduce Incanter, a statistical programming package for Clojure. He will take you from raw data to raw power in just a few short lines of code.

Aaron Bedra

Relevance, Inc.
@abedra

Bio:

Aaron is a member of Clojure/core (http://clojure.com) where he uses Clojure to solve hard, important problems. Aaron is a frequent contributor to the Clojure language as well as it’s growing ecosystem of supporting libraries. Aaron is the co-author of the upcoming second edition of Programming Clojure.