( LispNYC News )

nsiivola: RT @json_dirs: More fun publisher surveillance: Elsevier embeds a hash in the PDF metadata that is *unique for each time a PDF is downloade…
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: The "functional Kool-Aid... has no side effects". í ľí´Łhttps://t.co/TcKnDlsXBt
Robotics 501: Mathematics for Robotics
Michał Herda: Detecting non-local exits in Common Lisp
Marco Antoniotti: CDR is Next...
Turing Pi Trouble with PayPal
Michał Herda: Forever Stable Branch
LispNyc: RT @MutualKnowledge: In case you hadn't noticed, the #log4j #java #RCE vulnerability has been trending lately. Well, that vulnerability ca…
Eitaro Fukamachi: Day 4: Roswell: How to make Roswell scripts faster
LispNyc: We’re thrilled to share the @Interlisp8 annual report! https://t.co/tH5uWAkq8z It was an honor having @masinter spe… https://t.co/Ns0xQNQ3Ws
An embeddable Prolog scripting language for Go
Michał Herda: The mystery of :UNINTERN
RealGeneKim: RT @alexstamos: We now have multiple $3000 paperweights at the office thanks to MacOS 12.2. Our configs aren't that weird; I suggest corpor…
Eric Timmons: CL Community(?) Norms
LispNyc: Encouraging you to check the Clojure London YouTube channel for recordings of re:Clojure talks!… https://t.co/JNufxBtZW7
50 Years of Prolog and Beyond
Michał Herda: Macroexpand-time branching
LispNyc: Encouraging you to check out re:Clojure conference, taking place December 3-4, 2021. Gerald J. Sussman and Stephen… https://t.co/CRyZsdnb3m
Joe Marshall: Idle puzzles 2: Revenge of the Shift
LispNyc: Check out this recording of a presentation on “Probability Multivariate Models”, led by @pierredelacaze! https://t.co/OVFMQY1Krw
Marco Antoniotti: My List of Common Lisp Libraries and SW 2022 (Plus a Couple of Other Things)
Eric Timmons: CL-TAR v0.2.0
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: Interesting how @phanaero incorporates choice into the design of @MutualKnowledge’s #blockchain domain-pacific programming…
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: Learn more about Gerbil Scheme, the language from which @MutualKnowledge #Glow is built. Information can be found in our @…
LispNyc: We’re proud to share the @Interlisp8 annual report! https://t.co/tH5uWAkq8z @masinter
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: Many thanks to @MutualKnowledge for reminding developers of the severity of bugs in decentralized applications in the #Glo…
LispNyc: Happy Friday. We encourage you to check out the @Interlisp8 wiki! https://t.co/5fAF8WDt6Q @masinter
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: Encouraging developers to start hacking away at @MutualKnowledge #Glow #blockchain DSL. Learn how on our @github repo! htt…
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: Note how the @MutualKnowledge #Glow installation process involves the use of @nixos_org to simplify dependencies for devel…
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: Encouraging #blockchain developers to learn how @MutualKnowledge #Glow includes auditing capabilities for functionality yo…

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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