I’ve finished putting together the State of Clojure 2011 survey, which is embedded below. It will remain open for input until Monday, June 20th.
As was the case last year, we are likely on the verge of a new “major” release of Clojure (v1.3.0 this time around), and the apparent state of affairs can be described similarly:
The Clojure community is larger than it ever has been, and shows no sign of slackening its growth. It seems like now would be a good time to take stock of where the community is, how people came to use Clojure, and how it’s being used in the world.
Hopefully enough responses will come through that we’ll be able to get a good picture of the current state of affairs, and maybe a little insight into where Clojure can and should make headway in the future.
As with the State of Clojure 2010 survey, I will post again sometime shortly after the survey closes with all of the captured data, some pretty charts, and whatever attempts at witty, (un?)biased commentary I can come up with. ;-) Seriously though, we’ll have prior data available this time around, so some interesting trends and comparisons might be inferred.
The survey has now ended.
A summary of results and all the raw data are now available here.