JIRA Migration

Clojure has been very fortunate to receive infrastructure support from Atlassian (for JIRA and Confluence) and Contegix (for hosting) for many years. The Confluence and JIRA instances were not kept up to date, and have grown increasingly hard to maintain. Recently, we decided to shut down Confluence…

Cognitect Joins Nubank!
We are thrilled to announce that Cognitect is joining the Nubank family of companies. This is the next…
Clojure Homebrew Tap
For Mac or Linux users using Homebrew, Clojure now has its own Homebrew tap, clojure/tools. Creating…
State of Clojure 2020 Results
Ten years ago, Chas Emerick ran the first State of Clojure survey. In 2010, most users had been using…
State of Clojure 2020 Survey
It’s time for the annual State of Clojure Community Survey! If you are a user of Clojure or ClojureScript,…
Clojure Forum
We are pleased to announce today a new forum for Clojure and ClojureScript users: https://ask.clojure.org.…
Clojure 1.10.1 release
Clojure 1.10.1 is a small release focusing on two issues: working around a Java performance regression…
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