Sean Corfield wrote:To keep things rolling here, I'd like to hear how people are using Clojure.
Are you experimenting on a personal project? Are you introducing it at work? Have you taken it to production?
What's your story?
Sean Corfield wrote:We replaced our lowest level environment control code with Clojure so that we could leverage that across multiple languages. Then we built a small, simple, pseudo-ORM in Clojure to replace some of the libraries we were using - so that we can mix'n'match between RDBMS and noSQL datastores by using plain maps for data ad persisting them transparently. We took the Clojure code to production a few weeks back and it's proven rock solid (any bugs have been our own code!). We just added connection pooling (a few lines of Clojure).
Sean Corfield wrote:Over time we expect our use of Clojure to continue growing. I don't expect our use of Scala to grow.
John Todd wrote:How do you rate/review the maintainability of the source code base?
Sean Corfield wrote:Here's my blog: An Architect's View
Ned Bakelman wrote:One thing that would be nice is the ability to step through code, display variables, etc. Not sure if you can do this the way you can with Eclipse and Java or the .Net languages with Visual Studio, but it certainly would be nice. I am currently using the Clojure plugin (counter clockwise) with Eclipse.
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