1. How long have you been using Clojure?

2. Is there anything in particular you'd like to build with Clojure?

3. Are you interested in any particular part of the Clojure ecosystem, such as Clojure itself, Datomic, ClojureScript, Pedestal, etc.?

4. Are you reading a Clojure book? If so, which one?

5. Are you using a non-book resource to learn Clojure? If so, please describe it.

6. How much time a week do you have to dedicate to Clojure learning? If you're using Clojure daily for work, please indicate so.

7. What are your goals, as relates to learning Clojure? For example, I'm hoping to use Clojure for the majority of my general purpose programming in the near future. I'd like to familiarize myself with Datomic, and I'd like to learn to build ClojureScript and/or Pedestal web apps. I believe it will be my secret weapon in years to come.

8. Do you have any specific expectations, goals, or hopes for this group?

9. Would you prefer to meet in the mornings, afternoons, or evenings? Also, weekends, weekdays, or either?

10. What other languages are you familiar with, and which do you especially enjoy using?

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