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Discussion on: What is Clojure(/Script)'s best first run and tooling experience?

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jreighley

Nightcode sekao.net/nightcode/ is a good option if you are just wanting to get your feet wet and test and see how clojure works..

For more serious development, Atom with proto-repl is a good option. It has relatively simple setup, shallow learning curve, but gives you most of the features that make Clojure fun to use.
gist.github.com/jasongilman/d1f705...

Eventually most clojurists seem to land on Emacs with Cider or IntelliJ with Cursive.

Cursive is free for open source, but pay for commercial use -- It's advantage is that it does a lot of very nice static analysis highlighting, refactoring tooling etc.