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Sachin Chavan17:10:51

[suggestion please] Getting started with Clojure is VSCode better choice or should I learn emacs. I am very comfortable with VSCode

Sasho07:10:46

100% unequivocally use VS Code. Learning Clojure is a challenging task on its own. You don’t need to burden yourself with learning a new editor as well. Calva is a fantastic plugin, which once you get the hang of, will make you about as productive as any VIM or Emacs user.

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dominicm17:10:02

Use VSCode

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Sachin Chavan18:10:06

Thanks @U09LZR36F

pez17:10:37

Yes, if you are comfortable with VSCode, then that is good footing when learning Clojure.

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Sachin Chavan18:10:45

Thanks @U0ETXRFEW

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bringe00:10:52

I'm not sure if you are using Windows, but I wrote this guide about getting started with Clojure on Windows. You may find it useful even if you use another OS. https://gist.github.com/bpringe/4f1d07f98633a956a8b33af572e7b810

bringe00:10:17

(with VS Code* too)

Sachin Chavan07:10:29

I am using Mac

Sachin Chavan07:10:56

Thanks @U9A1RLFNV I will check this

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