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  • If you need a more powerful development environment (with a learning curve to match), try Emacs, the choice of many experienced Clojurians.
  • If you want a standard IDE, there are plugins for Eclipse ( named CounterClockWise ) and IntelliJ ( named LaClojure ), among others.
  • If you want a hosting platform, CloudBees has a quick start for build and deployment of Clojure applications.

Use Clojure