Set up your editor for Clojure
There’s a number of good choices for Clojure editors. This page will link you to the installation documentation for your editor, and provide some common config choices.
If you’re most at home in an IDE, you’ll be looking for Cursive. Free for non-commerical use, but you’ll need a license for commercial use.
Calva is a fantastic integration for Clojure with VSCode.