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David Pham06:05:57

I also think that many jobs do not require expert skills, just good enough to make the job, but also humble enough to know when to ask for help. What are Clojure developers then? Obviously, the language is a small part in one specialty, but we can probably be effective in 80% of the problems of most companies face, given the computing powers of our machines.

David Pham06:05:16

So how should we be described?


@seancorfield "jack of all trades, master of none, is better than master of one"


but yes I do understand your point


personally I call myself full stack and I've hired what I call full stack devs and I have a decent heuristic for it... I can't say it gets me that worked up


I think the reason a lot of devs get worked up by the term is possibly imposter syndrome, but that's just a hunch


Hi all. I am looking for someone who can help me out with a re-frame/cljs front-end project, using AWS. It's a side project and not a paid job. I need the front-end to authenticate users, and allow plugging in the back-end part I'm setting up. The basic cljs setup (lein shadow-cljs) is available. PM me if you can help out! (If you know another place where can post this request, please let me know. I tried the side-project channel but there are 12 people so reposting it here).


‘full stack’ is an expression that has a meaning dictated by usage, it doesn’t mean full stack


similarly Continuous Integration in a lot of contexts doesn’t actually mean continuous integration and Agile doesn’t mean being agile

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also true haha

Jag Gunawardana12:05:34

Hi, is anyone based in Ireland who’d be able to spend a month on a piece of work? Using Clojurescript (re-frame) for front end and Clojure for backend. Would be ok with remote, but ideally based in same country. Thanks Jag