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Steering the growth of natural plants with distributed robots
reddit_lisp: #Common_Lisp What can sly do out-of-the-metaphorical-box that slime+slime-company+<some-other-contribs> can't? | https://t.co/Bas79eW11w
reddit_lisp: #Clojure [schema-refined] Powerful "refined" steroids for schema library | https://t.co/8JlvLaSqBp
#recursion #clojure #lua #fixed-point #y-combinator https://t.co/zu0Lhy2wFP
Build Robots, Trackers, and Computers With The Raspberry Pi. #BigData #Analytics #MachineLearning #DataScience #AI… https://t.co/hYXBueAzoS
RT @gp_pulipaka: Free eBook: Optimizing Wireless LANs: A New Role for AI & ML. #BigData #MachineLearning #DataScience #AI #Python #RStats #…
Christophe Rhodes: sbcl method tracing
One thing I'm noticing writing functional language #Lisp, what Awesome Sauce OS is based on, is there are very subt… https://t.co/LtuIyV8v50
Who is going to the Triangle #Lisp & Scheme meetup in just under two weeks? Info: https://t.co/DdaZW2bcU8
Tomorrow is Common #Lisp Virtual Study Group from the #Atlanta Functional Programming meetup at @Google Hangout. Fi… https://t.co/Sm94kMjVSF
Symbolics #Lisp Machine graphics system used by Japanese Video Game developers Square for the Final Fantasy VII pla… https://t.co/3drsuobN0y
It is a standard thing on functional programming languages before Haskell or SML, in other words, the Lisp Family.… https://t.co/A6OmzAouOw
Quicklisp news: No May 2018 Quicklisp dist update
Christophe Rhodes: sbcl method-combination fixes
Marco Antoniotti: Some updates: bugs fixing and CLAD.
Lispjobs: Lisp Developer, 3E, Brussels, Belgium
Christophe Rhodes: algorithms and data structures term2
Victor Anyakin: “A new way of blogging about Common Lisp” by Yehonathan Sharvit
Christophe Rhodes: els2018 reflections
Didier Verna: Lisp, Jazz, Aikido, 10 years later
Zach Beane: Thoughts on ELS 2018
LispNYC presentation slides
LispNyc: @missingfaktor
LispNyc: RT @xululululuuum: @kovasb I'm psyched for your @LispNYC talk!
LispNyc: RT @gknauth: "I want everyone who walks the planet to know Lisp." -Dan Friedman @LispNYC
LispNyc: @nyinternet Wonderful hosting & great bandwidth, you're there when we need it, much appreciated!
LispNyc: LispNYC has 28 HOURS of video presentations: λ calc, functional, database, programming & MORE! https://t.co/dD9EnJD9In #lisp #clojure
LispNyc: @skeuomorf, working on posting slides! Meanwhile new presentations by @swannodette @stuartsierra @bhurt42 @fare https://t.co/dD9EnJD9In
LispNyc: RT @jeremyheiler: "Gerald Jay Sussman on Flexible Systems, The Power of Generic Operations" as presented at @LispNYC => https://t.co/Jt7WB3…
LispNyc: Sussman's LispNYC presentation on "Flexible Systems, The Power of Generic Operations" is now available. https://t.co/1ISowmjOVE

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LispNYC is a nonprofit unincorporated association dedicated to the advocacy and advancement of Lisp-based software and development technologies such as Common Lisp, Clojure and Scheme.

We focus on education, outreach, regular monthly meetings and development projects.

Meetings are the second Tuesday of every month, are free and open to all.

Providing parentheses to NYC since 2002