JUXT Training Courses


JUXT offers professional public training at affordable prices, from professional trainers with many years of hands-on experience with Clojure on real projects.

We host training sessions at our development centre in Milton Keynes, just 30 minutes away from London.

The courses gave a great introduction to applying Clojure in practical situations, and really communicated some of the excitement around it.
— Julian Higman

Our training courses are packed with learning, whilst being fun and engaging.

  • Datomic & GraphQL Course - 11th-12th April 2018, price: £320 + VAT book now

Bring your own laptop - we’ll get you set up with a development environment.

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Training Course: Datomic & GraphQL Course

Build a full stack application with Datomic & GraphQL.

Datomic is a database by Cognitect, creators of Clojure. It is an immutable, log-based, graph database, built for horizontal read scalability. It employs datalog, a powerful declarative query language, providing SQL-level power, but with an simpler pattern-based syntax.

GraphQL was designed and built at Facebook to help developers request and receive only the data they need for their mobile and web applications. GraphQL sits on top of your application’s data access layers, providing clients with the ability to explicitly specify their data requirements.

  • Build and interact with a Datomic database

  • Express complex queries via Datalog

  • Explore the benefits of implementing a GraphQL with Walmart Labs' Lacinia library

  • Consume data from your GraphQL API with GraphiQL

  • Learn the latest Clojure 1.9 tooling and techniques

Level: Suitable for Clojure beginners to intermediates.

Private and bespoke courses

We are happy to provide on-site private training or to design bespoke courses that are tailored to your specific requirements. We have numerous training modules that can be selected to create just the right course for your staff. Contact us for further details.


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