NomNom Insights is looking for a Clojure developer!

We’re a small distributed team, operating mostly from Europe and are slowly expanding in the USA. We’re helping product teams at companies such as or UserTesting to understand their customers by centralizing their feedback and user research data.
Clojure is used extensively in our backend and it’s processing tens of thousands of pieces of feedback and user records every hour. Our frontend is based on Ruby on Rails + ES6 (we’re looking for a frontend dev too!).

I’ve recently given a talk about our adoption of Clojure at London Clojurians meetup, you can see it here:

For more details, and to apply, please go to


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