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drewverlee18:06:28

After clicking through all the companies i can find using Clojure i have concluded that I’m going to make a program that produces Senior Software Engineers in San Francisco, as their is clearly a shortage of them.

drewverlee19:06:38

New York also has a lot of Clojure Jobs… I’m not keeping good notes but New York probably has more Clojure Jobs (that i can see) then San Francisco.

seancorfield20:06:54

There are pockets of "hot Clojure" all over the US but, yeah, I think NYC and the Bay Area are the biggest pockets. The Triangle (RDC) probably is too.

jeff.terrell00:06:31

seancorfield: I think you mean RDU, as in the Raleigh/Durham airport code? Or are you talking about another Triangle? simple_smile

seancorfield01:06:37

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill.

jstokes01:06:10

we (triangle area) have too many acronyms - RDU, RTP, RDC

jeff.terrell14:06:12

Ah, gotcha. That makes sense, although I've lived here for ~13 years now and I hadn't seen that particular acronym before. simple_smile

chalcidfly15:06:07

@U04V70XH6 What companies in the triangle use Clojure?

jeff.terrell17:06:02

@U48BHMZUJ - Cognitect is in the Triangle (Durham specifically). There's also Adzerk and Genesys. Probably several others, but those are the ones that come to mind for me.

akond20:06:53

@drewverlee would you happen to notice if any of those jobs are remote?

justinc47420:06:09

@akond circleci is currently looking for senior frontend software engineers to work in clojurescript. we are 100% remote friendly

justinc47420:06:21

(full disclosure, i work there)

akond20:06:25

it is a pity i don't qualify

seancorfield23:06:46

@akond Keep your eye on the #remote-jobs channel (although a lot of US-remote jobs are US-only due to complications of US tax and employment).