Job hunting, interview process and anything related to the experience of a job writing the Clojure language.
seancorfield 2020-04-02T00:01:38.020Z

Given the market is so tight right now, I'd consider a broader range of tech if you can. Perhaps prioritize your top 2-3 alternatives to Clojure that you have sufficient experience with?


Or just take anything (as long as it's not PL/I or something ancient) and look at it as a learning opportunity. Hey, you might even find something that you like more than Clojure!

victorb 2020-04-02T10:18:39.025700Z

or try to aim for early/young organizations/startups, be fine with whatever technology they are currently using but try to influence the engineering/stake holders once you joined to move towards clojure in order to move faster forward


Not sure that many startups will be hiring now though

victorb 2020-04-02T13:29:06.027100Z

well, I don't think that's specific to startups, it's affecting all companies/organizations/governments

victorb 2020-04-02T13:29:36.027500Z

I think the assumption in the question is that at least some organizations are hiring