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Hi all, We're looking for a new developer at Play Magnus (, the software company of chess World Champion Magnus Carlsen. I should warn you all that this is not a 100% Clojure job – not even close. We're a multilingual company, and speak Swift, Rust, Kotlin, C#, JavaScript, Clojure, ClojureScript, Elm, C++, English, Norwegian, French, Russian and Ukrainian (and probably some others I'm not remembering at the moment). I am currently the only Clojurian in the company, but I could use some assistance on the many pieces of Clojure software I write and maintain, and some experience and/or interest in Clojure would therefore be a great advantage. Unfortunately, we can't offer remote work. You have to live in or be willing to move to Oslo, Norway. If you are interested, please drop me a message.

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Some additional info here:

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It would be a dream working with Carlsen! Unfortunately I read that a bachelor degree is required... πŸ˜”


@U052TDWT7: Don't take that part too literally. If you can demonstrate other qualifications, I am sure we will consider you!

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hmmm.. there doesn't seem to be a chess emoji.... :thinking_face:


The game of chess is like a swordfight βš”οΈ

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Unicode to the rescue: β™”β™•β™–β™—β™˜β™™β™šβ™›β™œβ™β™ž

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Hi all! I work at Ericsson in Ottawa, Canada and thought I'd share the most recent postings which are for parts of our stack that are written in Clojure. I don't have any influence on hiring, but feel free to ping me if you have any questions!;previousLocale=en-US;previousLocale=en-US

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I though Ericsson used Erlang for their products… πŸ˜› Sorry if this comment deviated from the main topic of the channel.