| ||Ask HN: Who's using Clojure, and to do what?|
106 points by gregschlom on June 22, 2010 | hide | past | favorite | 70 comments |
I've seen a lot of articles on HN recently talking about Clojure. I had a quick look at a few pages (Wikipedia, etc...), and I can't help but think that it sounds like the new cool language, pretty much like Ruby in 2007.
But to get a better idea, I'd like to hear the feedback from the community: Who is using Clojure (in real-life cases), and what are you doing with it?
Bonus points if you can tell what specific features made it a better language for the task.
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