( LispNYC News )

LispNyc: Check out this opportunity to work through Lisp in Small Pieces, along with @chrishouser! https://t.co/8cAO1uL0Yo
Eitaro Fukamachi: Woo: a high-performance Common Lisp web server
The Lisp Implementafion for the PDP-1 Computer [pdf]
vindarel: Video: Create a Common Lisp project from scratch with our project generator
Didier Verna: Declt 4.0 beta 1 "William Riker" is released
LispNyc: Encouraging you to check out @pierredelacaze’s session on recommender systems. https://t.co/eHK250W5fI
Nicolas Hafner: Polish of the game and polish conference - May Kandria Update
LispNyc: Join us on Tuesday (April 12) for our next social event. https://t.co/XqawlkSn3k
Patrick Stein: Making Sudoku Diagrams in Lisp
LispNyc: Happy #AprilFoolsDay! Proudly sharing RFC 2324, “Hyper Text Coffee Pot Control Protocol”. https://t.co/LYrmYTO1tD M… https://t.co/YSApTFtNW9
metalfinder – CLI tool to find concerts using your local music collection
Patrick Stein: DRAW v0.2.20220430
vindarel: Writing an interactive web app in Common Lisp: Hunchentoot then CLOG
TurtleWare: Multipass Translator for CLIM
LispNyc: We remind you to check out recordings from @pierredelacaze’s Probabilistic Machine Learning reading group sessions… https://t.co/kdhQ1N4Mgd
TurtleWare: Implementing a simpleminded REPL from scratch
LispNyc: Happy #PiDay!
vindarel: Resources
LispNyc: Join us for our @YouTube livestream of “A Tale of 2 Lisps” today at 6:10pm (EST). https://t.co/OO7o2Baa0p
LispNyc: Happy #InternationalWomensDay! Sharing fond memories of ⁦@ClojureBridge⁩ 2007 team! https://t.co/TA673aUZGl https://t.co/P6GBzQ4MBd
LispNyc: Join us on Tuesday, March 8th, for a “A Tale of Two Lisps” (MakerLisp and ChiaLisp): https://t.co/1eFybm0KXJ
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: Check out this @MutualKnowledge #Glow UI demo by your CTO, Alex Plotnick, on our @YouTube channel! https://t.co/3hWCmCbTn1
LispNyc: Check out this presentation on Neural Networks for Sequences, led by @pierredelacaze! https://t.co/1j6VYLZOgo
j2bryson: RT @dij_tokyo: Registration is open for our @dij_tokyo @nira_japan @MFJTokyoBF symposium Future of Liberalism. Keynote by @PikettyLeMonde,…
j2bryson: RT @brianchristian: Struck by the fact that just 11 years ago, a purpose-built AI system played a game of Jeopardy, and it made headlines a…
hoffmang: RT @PoorChiaFarmXCH: Ok this is pretty cool GUI tool for compiling currying and encoding #ChiaLisp puzzles. Think the author deserves a lit…
stylewarning: I can't decide if a blog post entitled "Coalton is Faster than Common Lisp" would be exciting or upsetting to its audience...
cgrand: RT @ClojureDart: Only 3 weeks to wait! Don’t forget to register!
reddit_lisp: #Clojure [ANN] London Clojurians Talk: Joyride VS Code using a Clojure REPL (by Peter Strömberg and Michiel Borkent… https://t.co/0pRadtoAc8
reddit_lisp: #lisp A scheme to c compiler | https://t.co/C06zuZUHS6

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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