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richiardiandrea02:01:56

Hi there, I hope I can ask this question here 😄 I have come across this jd and I was wondering if there is anyone here who knows more about it https://jobs.ericsson.com/main/jobs/311864

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seancorfield02:01:53

I'd recommend directing follow-up to #jobs-discuss if it goes beyond someone identifying themselves as "in the know" for that job.

the2bears04:01:20

Also seems unlikely to be Clojure related.

seancorfield04:01:22

@U0QNQ3P3L That job spec says "Competence in one or more programming language such as Java, JavaScript, Python, Scheme, Clojure, C++, Scala"

seancorfield04:01:55

(I agree that it's a very vague/broad job spec)

the2bears05:01:13

@U04V70XH6 I saw that, and it's pretty meaningless. There are a lot of job descriptions these days that just list a bunch of languages. They'd be far more useful if they mentioned languages actually used.

the2bears05:01:10

I hated these when I was actively job hunting, as they polluted my search for "Clojure" roles 🙂

seancorfield05:01:04

Happy to continue this discussion -- but in #jobs-discuss

richiardiandrea15:01:21

Got it yes forgot about that channel

robert-stuttaford08:01:12

We (Cognician) are hiring an Infrastructure Engineer, Cape Town South Africa. Great opportunity for someone with these skills to pick up Clojure and Datomic :-) https://twitter.com/RobStuttaford/status/1214827000852045825

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Kamuela10:01:21

Just saw this, it's remote-friendly but UK-based only: https://apply.workable.com/drest/j/76E9FD54E5/

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Goody11:01:30

This looks like a great opportunity. I really need to up my Clojure game... I'm not qualified to apply for this yet, but I feel like I'm missing out on some good opportunities.

shan16:01:31

where did you spot this job ad @U0KLE4WHZ?

Kamuela16:01:01

Recruiter reached out to me

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