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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: One of our products, written entirely in Clojure/Clojurescript: 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!

Todd Kurtz02:05:27

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.


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.

Todd Kurtz02:05:07

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

Todd Kurtz02:05:03

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


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!


fedreg: I think this belongs to #jobs-discuss


Got it, sorry


Looks like that channel has my answer. thx


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.


good to know. thx!


I found Stack Overflow’s annual survey to be interesting, as well.


I'm not affiliated with these postings in any way, but thought there might be some people here interested.