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- Bob Coyne on Words Eye
- Brandon Bloom on Term Rewriting
- Gershom Bazerman on Homotopic Type Theory
- RPL on Prolog and Core Logic
- Lisp Summer BBQ
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|LispNyc: RT @KentPitman: .@RainerJoswig For extra (more subjective) detail, #Lisp & #Scheme folks may enjoy my #CommonLisp: The Untold Story. http:/…|
|Can anyone describe the differences between OOP in Lisp, vs OOP in mainstream...|
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