Job hunting, interview process and anything related to the experience of a job writing the Clojure language.
martinklepsch 2020-10-23T10:58:54.042800Z

Wrote a little response to โ€œHow to get a remote Clojure job?โ€ after someone asked about it on Twitter. Maybe itโ€™s interesting to someone here as well :)

neeasade 2020-10-29T20:03:30.047500Z

Hey @martinklepsch Thanks for sharing. I've been looking for a little bit but am pivoting into clojure from other languages, this does help put some things into perspective

neeasade 2020-10-29T20:05:10.047700Z

OT: @seancorfield you are the only other person I've seen use "--" as a delimeter in thoughts. It's my goto but I haven't seen it in other places, so I'm delighted to see it bunched up like I do here.

seancorfield 2020-10-29T20:18:14.047900Z

@neeasade Haha... you are the first person to notice I think! I use "--" out of habit because in my mind I want an emdash and most of the programs I work with do that conversion automatically. Slack doesn't.

Jakub Holรฝ 2020-10-29T21:47:25.048200Z

Martin, have you shared this in #news-and-articles? Perhaps I just overlooked it...

martinklepsch 2020-10-30T01:08:01.050300Z

@holyjak I actually havenโ€™t :thinking_face:๐Ÿ˜…

bartuka 2020-10-23T11:42:10.043200Z

Nice read! I would add a bullet point about learning how to get paid specially if you are applying to a remote job abroad . The bureaucracy of invoices, insurances, etc can push many people away from that.

seancorfield 2020-10-23T17:10:17.044200Z

@martinklepsch I'm glad you put that "P.S." on the article -- it's an important that not enough people think to acknowledge. Definitely good points about communication -- something that is also often not highlighted in these discussions: for me, as a hiring manager, a candidate's ability to communicate their thought processes is extremely important.