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Scala vs. Clojure

04.22.2013
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LinkedIn shows 42% growth (year over year?) people claiming Clojure as a skill – surprisingly beating out Scala’s 9%, a surprising feat for a lisp-variant.

Turns out LinkedIn’s default view is misleading – Scala shows more new adopters (2.4k) vs  1.5k for Clojure.

LinkedIn refuses to show counts for Java- but check out the number of people claiming Eclipse expertise – the company list fits nicely as well.




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