Clojure is a key language at Nokia Entertainment. One year ago we were beginners; today we have developers working with it almost full-time. We are using it in production and almost all new development has switched over from Java.
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Clojure at Nokia Entertainment
Andrew has been a programmer at Nokia for five years. He started writing in C# but after a few years decided to spend some time with the JVM. Initially he used Java, but more recently has been focusing largely on Clojure.
Ben is a programmer working for Nokia Music in Bristol. He has been programming since he was young, copying pages of Basic into his Amstrad CPC. These days he's a Clojure / Java programmer and has previously worked for the Discovery Channel and Accen