[JOB] Telia Norge needs people interested in working with Clojure and ClojureScript (Oslo, Norway)

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Jakub Holý

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Jan 5, 2018, 6:18:29 AM1/5/18
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Hello! We here at Telia Norge are starting a new project using Clojure and ClojureScript and need people that know or are interested in learning and using these technologies.

So if you could consider becoming our employee and joining the team, let us know as soon as possible (you don't need to be decided yet, interest is enough).

We need to verify the viability of hiring employees to work with these technologies pretty soon to be able to go forward with the project. So if you are interested, let us know by January 12th! (The deadline for expressing interest might be extended but it isn't guaranteed. However hiring will go on for quite a while.)

Let me know at jakub...@telia.no if you are interested!

(PS: You can read some more about this at our blog http://techblog.telia.no/)

Jakub Holý

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Jan 7, 2018, 8:34:50 AM1/7/18
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Clarification: the job unfortunately requires physical presence in Oslo, Norway.
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Jakub Holý

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Mar 15, 2018, 8:27:23 AM3/15/18
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It might be interesting for some of you to learn that hiring for Clojure might indeed be easier than for Java/... . We share our experience in this blog post:

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