Welcome to Clojureverse!
If you want to learn Clojure, the modern practical LISP, you’ve come to right place.
This is a friendly and diverse space, so dive right in, you’re in good company. This place is run for and by the community. The more you participate, the more trust you’ll earn, and the more you’ll enable mod-type tools. This way we can reward regular contributors, and you get a chance to give something back to the community.
Why don’t you start by introducting yourself so we can all get to know you? Or head over to the watercooler and strike up a conversation. We would love to hear from you!
If you’re not sure what to say then here are some ideas for your first post.
To make sure things stay friendly we have a Code of Conduct. By participating here you agree to abide by it, so please go and read it first. It’s not that long, and contains important information about how you are expected to behave around here. More helpful advice can be found in the FAQ.
Enjoy your stay!