( LispNYC News )

Jose_A_Alonso: RT @jeremyjkun: I made an art thing. It's Alan Turing algorithmically approximated by ellipses, in six panels. https://t.co/VlzhIeZEGK
Enabling Rust on Embedded Platforms – Linux, RTOS, Bare Metal
LispNYC presentation slides
Is Haskell the right language for teaching functional programming principles?
Self-driving car accidents: Robot drivers are ‘odd, and that’s why they get hit’
Nicolas Hafner: Project Listing - Confession 76
Scientists narrow down the mechanism whereby cancer cells metabolise sugar
Quicklisp news: Something to try out: Quicklisp with OpenPGP and SHA verification
Paul Khuong: Rendezvous Hashing: My Baseline "Consistent" Distribution Method
François-René Rideau: A tale of many nests
Nicolas Hafner: Portacle Release - Confession 75
Zach Beane: September of Sly
TurtleWare: Tutorial: Working with FiveAM
Eugene Zaikonnikov: Also ALSA
Quicklisp news: August 2017 Quicklisp dist update now available
gigasquid: RT @RealGeneKim: OMG. One of most clever talk intros I’ve ever seen from @gigasquid: “Deep Learning Needs Clojure” https://t.co/IJxBdbsbc1…
oubiwann: RT @johncutlefish: @lauraklein Good point. It’s also bad to lose leaders in general because “the only way up” is through management.
oubiwann: RT @lauraklein: @johncutlefish Tech leadership & people leadership are both hard. Some folks can do both, but it's a shame to lose great te…
reddit_lisp: #Clojure Clojurecademy is now Open Source! | https://t.co/fIN2Gj1egQ
gigasquid: RT @RealGeneKim: @gigasquid Come for the awesome homage to @richhickey; stay for awesome primer on Clojure, ML & (OMG what?!) potential Clo…
Jose_A_Alonso: #PhD student position in Artificial Intelligence (computational models of strategic behaviour), Warwick (England). https://t.co/JiWBt5PyLL
bodil: TIL there's a legit Tcl conf going on rn for the 24th time https://t.co/ToeibrC2Sw and it's liek five times the size of the Scheme Workshop.
j2bryson: RT @PrincetonCITP: Tues Oct 17, 12:30pm, 306 Sherrerd. Adam Miner–How Should Digital Assistants Help Ppl in Crisis: AI & Mental Health, htt…
planetclojure: Database Tests with Rollbacks in Clojure https://t.co/VqgdBqB17j
bodil: Pretty tremendous London Emacs meetup coming up, don't miss it: https://t.co/Uw3KLA2mCF
bodil: And it's definitely startling to realise that while Scheme seems mostly done for (because Racket Isn't Scheme), Tcl of all things lives on.
p1cost: @cyrusharmon @clynbech LW & SBCL. They weren’t falling down but we had to disable GC to avoid a performance hit. Al… https://t.co/nhCg7tjXSC
cyrusharmon: @p1cost @clynbech What lisp implementation(s) were you using that were falling down with the 200 GB memory usage? S… https://t.co/yo1VzTKnS3
clynbech: @p1cost @cyrusharmon Interesting, though also just a little sad to see Lisp fall on one of the key ideas it brought to programing.
reddit_lisp: #Clojure Clojure 1.9 startup time | https://t.co/3EEnkMGD4o

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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