Job hunting, interview process and anything related to the experience of a job writing the Clojure language.
zygon4 2020-01-07T14:43:13.002900Z

So few clojure jobs in the Boston area, i wonder why..

Mario C. 2020-01-07T17:09:46.004300Z

I have a feeling that there are more places using Clojure but its just not advertised. At the company I work at, my team uses almost exclusively Clojure/clojurescript but when we have hired our job ads never mentioned it.

solf 2020-01-07T17:35:22.004500Z

That's odd, any reason why?

Mario C. 2020-01-07T17:42:27.005800Z

Good question. I dont know why. Maybe they use one job ad per multiple teams and the recruiter then refers some ppl to some teams. Idk. But the ads are always really generic and have multiple languages listed on.

zygon4 2020-01-07T21:31:18.000500Z

that's tough, i see a lot of job postings for "any experience with scala, clojure, haskell, blah blah"

zygon4 2020-01-07T21:31:31.000800Z

and it's hard to tell what they actually use