Goose Now Supports Batch Processing in Clojure!

We are delighted to announce that Goose now includes batch processing as a feature. This makes Goose the very first background processing library in Clojure to offer this capability, and we couldn’t be more excited to bring it to you.

Execution times for long-running tasks that process multiple isolated units can be significantly improved by using Batch-Jobs. For example, if a task involves sending emails to N people, you can enqueue and execute them as a batch job, and be notified upon its completion.

If you are not already familiar with Goose, it is a reliable and pluggable background job processing library for Clojure, offering features such as Asynchronous, Scheduled, Periodic, and now Batch Jobs.

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