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@atroche: The best places to advertise a clojure(script)job? I don't know the best, but a good place would be where functional language programmers look for jobs.
Many serious programmers, many of whom use functional programming languages, want to work remotely. https://weworkremotely.com/ http://careers.stackoverflow.com/jobs/remote http://www.indeed.com/l-Remote-jobs.html https://remoteok.io/ And, the best workers aren't on the job market, though...
If you consider remote work as a viable alternative, then ok. In my experiences, many managers and executives still don't like remote work.
Plus, this place is also a good place for advertising your clojure(script) job. This place is full of clojure(script) programmers.
it's worth trying, at least. in my case it's an extremely small team (I'm the only developer, and the guy funding the project is very low maintenance)
http://clojure.org/community has a list of conferences, too. If a local clojure conference is held, you could go there.
Explicit as in crude or as in specific? If it's the latter then I can see it only as a good thing if you're looking for a functional programmer.
Hi, did you read the announcement of Perl 6? And if so, what do you think of it from a language feature perspective?
Yeah, I know of Perl 6, it's been in development for the longest oftimes. I'm asking about the link to the announcement.
Oh, I did not mean a specific announcement, just the fact that it got released finally. I went through some of the features and it looked interesting. Supporting gradual typing, classes, first class functions, immutable data types
Well, I guess it's just a milestone decision at this point, I guess; it probably had most of the features roughly working for a while.
Hmm, I'm not sure if that isn't less expressive - junctions let you test a Cartesian product of options, with Clojure you'd have to write a
for comprehension and
some/any over that to achieve the same effect, I think.