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haymo02:08:30

My team is growing! We build the co-editing feature for Atlassian Confluence and for other products. The service is written in Clojure and ClojureScript. Deep dive into operational transformation, build for large scale and work with a stunning team! We solved the problem described by Google as "HTML makes OT (Operational Transforms) difficult if not impossible". You would be working in the fantastic city of Sydney and we have amazing moving packages! Drop me any question if you want to know more https://www.linkedin.com/in/haymomeran or apply straight away https://www.smartrecruiters.com/Atlassian/95779688-senior-developer-clojure-

lowl4tency06:08:22

Hello, I'm a System Engineer and looking for a remote job. My general expertise is AWS, Linux, Continuous Delivery and DevOps. I've got experience of using Clojure and Datomic (with HA as well). You could check out my clojure code in github https://github.com/lowl4tency Please feel free to PM or mail <mailto:[email protected]|[email protected]> Thank you!

raviksharma13:08:04

Hey Guys, We are hiring Senior Backend Engineers. Prior experience with clojure is not mandatory. https://hasjob.co/confirm/ueell - Happy to answer questions.

bernik19:08:26

hi everyone. i want to move to amsterdam and start to write clojure not only for my pet projects. before that i want to know how a clojure job market in amsterdam looks like today? i saw some offers on the internet but didn't see any information about salaries. about myself: 5+ years experience, mostly with php/js you can find some examples of my clojure code on github https://github.com/bernik pm or email me at <mailto:[email protected]|[email protected]>

lmergen20:08:07

@bernik: i can answer some of these questions, send me a pm if you like to discuss!

lmergen20:08:53

as an employer, I can say that hiring for clojure is not too bad, as long as you pay market rates. furthermore, it functions great as a pre-filter, pretty much all candidates have a clue

lmergen20:08:49

however, the clojure community seems to lean very heavily towards remote work, and more than half of the applicants asks whether we do remote, even when we explicitly day we don't