In the current global programming economy, it’s hard to see a better candidate than Clojure.
It’s a fast, expressive language, a functional language, and a robust object-oriented language.
The combination of these attributes make it a strong candidate for the 2020 census as the second most popular language in the world.
In fact, in the last few years, Clojure has overtaken Python as the most popular programming language, with Scala coming in second.
The popularity of Clojure, and its use by some of the biggest names in the industry, is undeniable.
The problem is that while the language has been around for a few years now, there’s no way of knowing how long it will continue to flourish.
The Clojure ecosystem is already huge.
The core language, ClojureScript, has over 4,000 projects, and is currently used by over 1.2 million people worldwide.
It has an ecosystem of libraries, frameworks, tools, documentation, and, of course, tools for programming.
The language has also seen a growing interest from companies.
The Clojure community is rapidly expanding, with a number of Clojure-specific companies now hiring programmers in its ranks.
A number of the top Clojure developers are currently employed at Google.
ClojureScript is being used by Google to develop the Google Glass wearable device, and ClojureScript also makes up a significant portion of Google’s Java toolchain.
Google is also using ClojureScript as a framework for Google Maps, the company’s data-analytics tool.
Another of the Clojure developers, Alexey Veklerov, has been working on Google’s search engine, Google Now, for more than three years.
In addition to building ClojureScript and Google Now together, Veklers project has helped to build a community around the language, which has grown to include developers from many different companies and is now worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
It would be great if the Clojure community could become even more popular, but right now, it doesn’t appear that it will.
The lack of a common language has a few advantages.
There are many different Clojure implementations and tools available, which makes it easier to learn and familiarise yourself with the language.
There’s also the fact that ClojureScript isn’t a very complicated language.
Its syntax is straightforward and easy to learn.
Clojure is a functional programming language with an emphasis on functional programming.
There’s no need to worry about object-orientated programming or any of the other things that make languages such as Python and Ruby attractive.
However, there are still plenty of limitations.
Many of the language’s features aren’t available for external libraries, so it’s easy to get lost in the weeds of writing ClojureScript code.
It also isn’t particularly easy to write a decent ClojureScript compiler, since ClojureScript requires an interpreter that’s not readily available.
Finally, the Clojure ecosystem lacks a strong community of people who are passionate about the language and willing to contribute to it.
As a result, Clojure is only becoming more popular.
If you’re interested in learning Clojure, there is a Clojure Community Guide available online, and you can sign up to get a Clojure Newsletter delivered to your inbox every month.
If you’d like to learn more about Clojure, take a look at the Clojure website and the book Clojure for Beginners.