Keeper Solutions has some track record in Clojure at this stage…. over the past few years we’ve not shied away from complex Clojure-based projects….. including;

Aviso Payment Platform – we’re proud of the work we’ve done to create a card payments platform with our partner over the past years.

MyTalengi Software Developer Search Engine this start-up project iss powered by Clojure and makes 10m+ API calls monthly from Github and StackOverflow. If you’re active on either, have a search… you might find yourself there.

Taxamo’s a really dynamic company which has used Clojure to create an end-to-end solution for digital content merchants and online card acquirers. Some of the largest digital merchants deal with the complex challenge of cross-border sales tax with Taxamo.

Now we’re taking on another junior developer; If you’re an ambitious young back-end/full stack developer with an interest in functional programming, this might be for you. We have a long-term remote (in Europe) dev role open right now – get in touch with us ( to discuss. You don’t need to be an expert in Clojure…. just interested and motivated.

The role will involve design and implementation of RESTful API endpoints (Clojure, PostgreSQL/DynamoDB), building unit tests for functionalities implemented (Clojure/Midje) and script application deployments (Bamboo/AWS EC2)

It is a remote role which would require you to spend first three months in Warsaw, Poland (fully expensed) in order to get the knowledge transfer and get accustomed to the way of work and then you can work remotely from your home or any other location.


 3+ years of experience as backend engineer
 CI experience
 Python or Ruby or Java or Scala or NodeJS or Go server programming experience.
 Git/Mercurial experience
 Unit test frameworks experience
Nice to have:
 AWS experience (EC2/DynamoDB/RDS)
 Linux server administration experience
 PSP integration experience
 User Experience expertise
 Performance testing expertise
 DevOps skills
Location: Warsaw, at least for first 3 months, then remote OK.

A sense of humour will go a long way in this role…. as will a sense of adventure….. 🙂

Look forward to hearing from you!