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    Is anyone using natively-compiled Clojure for anything? Clojure is seeming more attractive lately, given:

    1. there’s a natively-compiled option
    2. ClojureScript seems like the best alternative to writing JavaScript/TypeScript
    3. new tools like Babashka have made scripting with Clojure possible
    4. Rich Hickey and the language are now being supported by Nubank
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      Looks like natively compiled stuff is mostly getting use for developer tooling like clj-kondo. Calva makes heavy use of this to provide intelligence for VS Code. I’ve used Babashka for some internal tooling and scripting, and it’s definitely a great way to do automation.