( LispNYC News )

MattAlhonte: RT @AJamesMcCarthy: My shot of the 2023 Snow moon, with the hidden colors of the mineral revealed. This 148 megapixel shot was captured usi…
LispNyc: An exciting update from @masinter and the @Interlisp8 team! https://t.co/WLIFU2eJkE
LispNyc: RT @Interlisp8: Thinking about a combined timeline https://t.co/qfn5N4x7qc
LispNyc: RT @Interlisp8: https://t.co/gy1rDHoy4e Lots happening, check it out.
LispNyc: RT @HNTweets: My Encounter with Medley Interlisp: https://t.co/BDwafuAgre Comments: https://t.co/LdhdTawmO0
Nicolas Martyanoff: Custom Common Lisp indentation in Emacs
LispNyc: Encouraging you to join us on Tuesday (January 12) for our next social meetup. https://t.co/e9PrIszzzF
TurtleWare: Method Combinations
Nicolas Martyanoff: ANSI color rendering in SLIME
Lispjobs: DevOps Engineer | HRL Laboratories | Malibu, CA
LispNyc: Encouraging you to check out the @Interlisp8 2022 Annual Report. https://t.co/bBSVLzKv79
p4bl0: RT @gchampeau: Meta poursuivi en justice par un ancien modérateur kenyan employé d’un sous-traitant. Il juge Facebook responsable de ses tr…
Nicolas Martyanoff: Switching between implementations with SLIME
Tim Bradshaw: A case-like macro for regular expressions
Nicolas Hafner: Kandria is now out!
LispNyc: Encouraging you to join us tomorrow (Tuesday, December 13) for this year’s Lispukkah 2022 virtual holiday party! https://t.co/OvLlkO2rPV
Nicolas Hafner: Kandria launches tomorrow!
vindarel: These Years in Common Lisp: 2022 in review
Nicolas Martyanoff: Improving Git diffs for Lisp
fchollet: The folks in the replies saying "Lisp solves this" are like car enthusiasts telling you your next car should be a 1… https://t.co/b5zrghe6Hw
swmckay: @fchollet Lisp has had this property for literally decades. You can download SBCL and do this now, and it generates… https://t.co/NhZOFCKOLL
reddit_lisp: #Clojure zalky/axle: An efficient cross-platform DirectoryWatcher based service for Clojure | https://t.co/Y6sOWPqpjV
reddit_lisp: #Clojure New Clojurians: Ask Anything - February 06, 2023 | https://t.co/FtTzPJjK02
reddit_lisp: #scheme #FOSDEM23: Andy Wingo - Whippet: A new production embeddable garbage collector for Guile | https://t.co/lMZJbhzEce
p4bl0: Ah je l'avais jamais eu l'étudiant qui fait du chantage en mode "je vous ai contacté vous parce que je sais que vou… https://t.co/eOshb1U4Nq
Jose_A_Alonso: A take on logging. ~ Magnus Therning. https://t.co/FRXQ6TkPnI #Haskell #FunctionalProgramming
Jose_A_Alonso: Witgenstein's influence on artificial intelligence. ~ Piero Molino, Jacopo Tagliabue. https://t.co/zwJgnawwNf #AI
Jose_A_Alonso: Self-programming artificial intelligence using code-generating language models. ~ Alex Sheng, Shankar Padmanabhan.… https://t.co/1EJVrkZy8u
reddit_lisp: #lisp Examples from Chapter 1 of the Introduction to the Practice of Statistics | https://t.co/h5lp4JG4tu
reddit_lisp: #lisp How would you build an optimizing Scheme compiler now a days? | https://t.co/rRz5p03ZMz

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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