How long have you been working with Clojure or ClojureScript?
How big is the team you have using Clojure or ClojureScript?
Currently, two of our developers code in Clojure on a regular basis. Now that our team is growing, the number of Clojure programmers is expected to increase.
What product or service are you building with Clojure or ClojureScript?
Clojure and ClojureScript are essential parts of our projects such as AnyChart JS API reference, documentation, playground, export server. Without Clojure, they wouldn’t be as awesome as they are now.
What Clojure or ClojureScript library have you enjoyed working with the most?
We employ Reagent and re-frame, and think that they are amazing ClojureScript libraries which make complex things easy and enjoyable. In addition to that, we use Component, Hiccup, Selmer, Enlive and Yesql on the server side.
What about working with Clojure or ClojureScript gives you the most value?
Clojure itself is a value for us. We take delight in its syntax, the ability to write HTML code by means of the language itself, work with streams, and write macros. Edn format and immutability in Clojure also should be noted here as they are good for data presentation and its better understanding.
What is your favorite feature of Clojure or ClojureScript?
Our favorite feature of Clojure is that it is thought-out to the smallest detail as a functional language. So we take great pleasure in using it.
What is your stack?
Why is using Clojure or ClojureScript valuable to your business?
Clojure and ClojureScript together make our product better and its development process faster and more convenient. And the fact that we are dealing with the Java platform here allows us to use a large number of various libraries, which is very helpful. Clojure implementation definitely contributes to the continuing growth of our company and its leadership in the segment of cross-platform interactive data visualization solutions. And it is a great joy for us to be a part of the Clojure community.
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