( LispNYC News )

LispNyc: Join us next Tuesday (May 11th) for a talk on "Erlang Music Systems Programming with Lisp" by @oubiwann!… https://t.co/7o0HdER0Xo
LispNyc: Check out our Lisp Second by #JaySulzberger this evening, starting at 6pm (ET). https://t.co/ntbsyt1hkh
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: Great @MutualKnowledge resource on "Security Through Clarity", referencing yesterday's @owasp talk by @phanaero. https://t…
Joe Marshall: Lightweight table
The metabolic face of migraine
LispNyc: @FalconDarkstar @sirocyl @pierredelacaze @heowbert @dosourcenotcode @masinter @semioticsweb @maradydd https://t.co/zyMaAdLuvt
Wimpie Nortje: User feedback during long running external processes.
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: Join us on Saturday for an @owasp talk on #blockchain #security by expert architect and programmer, @phanaero! https://t.…
LispNyc: @ylecun @stochasticdoggo https://t.co/y6useLxzJi
Eric Timmons: New Project: adopt-subcommands
LispNyc: You can find the YouTube streaming / recording here. https://t.co/NjBNaFCbbZ
LispNyc: Join @pierredelacaze for his talk on BABAR, at our next meetup this Tuesday (April 13th). https://t.co/1QJ2abssM3 #AI #NLP #symbolics
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: Join @phanaero for next Saturday's @owasp #NYC Chapter meetup. https://t.co/zpm6TR2AA5 #blockchain #cybersecurity @aastha…
Joe Marshall: η-conversion and tail recursion
What’s the web dev equivalent of SICP?
Wimpie Nortje: Process sub-command style command line options with Adopt.
LispNyc: Happy #AprilFools! Cheers to @masinter for bringing intelligence and innovation to the annual holiday of pranks! https://t.co/zWNEA8t31P
Quicklisp news: April 2021 Quicklisp dist update now available
LispNyc: We’re proud to share that our regular speaker and core #OpenSource #CommonLisp contributor, @fare (@ngnghm… https://t.co/D4mn1yLKHI
Wimpie Nortje: A list of Common Lisp command line argument parsers.
LispNyc: Check out this session by @pierredelacaze on logic programming, today at 6pm (EST). https://t.co/oMwghcrT0b
LispNyc: Join us on April 13th, at 6pm (ET) for a talk by @pierredelacaze Babar, his research project in the field of… https://t.co/eVSPTQVszH
Nicolas Hafner: Slicing Up the Game - April Kandria Update
Joe Marshall: Can continuation passing style code perform well?
Joe Marshall: Early LISP Part II (Apply redux)
LispNyc: Join #ScottOstler today at 6pm (EST) for a talk on https://t.co/IaRdTZGKKi. https://t.co/KGyOnxvZzJ
LispNyc: RT @paddy_mullen: @LispNYC
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: @fare @SushiDude @sirocyl @MattAlhonte @semioticsweb @heowbert @pierredelacaze @tonyfischetti
LispNyc: Call for speakers around the globe for our upcoming meetups! If you’re interested, please DM us, or email arthur@li… https://t.co/hfnaM2LYtb
LispNyc: Encouraging Lisp, functional programming, ANY programming, data science and mathematics enthusiasts, to join us on… https://t.co/pkLQzMACZQ

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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