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weltan00:05:41

Here at PKC Security we are looking for full-time Clojure/Cojurescript engineers to develop innovative technologies that change how our clients connect, explore, and interact with one another. Our site: http://pkcsecurity.com. One of our products, written entirely in Clojure/Clojurescript: http://balboa.io. Our stack: frontend is React reagent in Clojurescript, we use Clojure in the back end on top of Redis, Mongo, Elasticsearch; messagepack/protobuf for messaging. What we need: * great Clojure/Clojurescript devving skills, with a good understanding of algorithms and basic CS concepts. * an interest/background in software security is a plus. Remote workflow requirements: * have a fast internet connection. * be able to communicate in writing with absolute clarity. * core hours requirement: 4 hours a day where you are online/responsive that overlap with 9-5 Pacific or Eastern times. * good security hygiene: we require you to use 1password and have 2 factor enabled on all work accounts and devices. If you are interested, send your resume/CV to <mailto:[email protected]|[email protected]>. Happy hacking!

defkurtz02:05:27

I'm looking for a few great folks to join the Billfire team for a major redesign/rewrite in Clojure, ClojureScript, Compojure, Re-frame, and Reagent. If you have the skills and bandwidth, then contact me for details: <mailto:[email protected]|[email protected]> Remote is ok. Billfire is located in Scottsdale, Arizona.

emperorcezar02:05:34

defkurtz: How much clojure is out there? I have family and I'm out a few times a year. In fact I'll be there next week.

defkurtz02:05:07

There's a market; you just need to know where to look.

defkurtz02:05:03

Feel free to swing by the office when you back in town.

fedreg18:05:23

Hi all, I’m new to Clojure and thoroughly enjoying this beautiful language. Wondering what the job outlook for it is. I’m researching a handful of FP languages to be able to work outside of the JavaScript ecosystem. I’ve determined that I really like Clojure but before I commit any more resources to learning it…. Will I be able to get a job where I can actually write it most of the time?? Is the trend increasing or decreasing? Thanks!

jiri.knesl18:05:29

fedreg: I think this belongs to #jobs-discuss

fedreg18:05:57

Got it, sorry

fedreg18:05:41

Looks like that channel has my answer. thx

jiri.knesl18:05:51

well it depends. I had no problem to find a Clojure job. I first started a contracting project where I was free to pick my own devstack. I used Clj and after getting real world experience I continued with other projects.

fedreg18:05:35

good to know. thx!

hannah21:05:38

I found Stack Overflow’s annual survey to be interesting, as well. https://insights.stackoverflow.com/survey/2017#most-loved-dreaded-and-wanted

mikeb23:05:20

I'm not affiliated with these postings in any way, but thought there might be some people here interested. https://jobs.barrick.com/jobs/back-end-developer-clojure-1121 https://jobs.barrick.com/jobs/front-end-web-developer-clojurescript-1119