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LispNyc: RT @Interlisp8: https://t.co/ffi0Q2Posi has links to other available documents too.
LispNyc: RT @MutualKnowledge: A reflection by our lead architect and CEO, about programming languages and software architecture. We hope this can h…
LispNyc: RT @MutualKnowledge: ‍‍ The second module, taught by Alex Plotnick, has been released just now There are also assignments for those o…
Idiomatic Clojure without sacrificing performance
LispNyc: RT @phanaero: One principle I try hard to follow as I design the Glow language, and software in general: “Always design a thing by conside…
LispNyc: Join our global community for tomorrow’s “Hallowlisp” social! https://t.co/q2tz2aRpyv
Quicklisp news: October 2021 Quicklisp dist update now available
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: A reminder to join us for tomorrow's @LispNYC "Hallowlisp" social! https://t.co/gl6TlhgexQ
TurtleWare: Selective waste collection
Eitaro Fukamachi: Day 1: Roswell, as a Common Lisp implementation manager
LispNyc: We encourage all community members to participate in, and spread the word about @hacktoberfest. https://t.co/YByyiYzt5Q #OpenSource
TurtleWare: A curious case of HANDLER-CASE
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: Encouraging developers and #blockchain enthusiasts to check out @MutualKnowledge's formal verification roadmap on @github.…
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: Thrilled to remind everyone to check out this "Security through Clarity" talk @MutualKnowledge Founder, @phanaero, gave to…
LispNyc: We proudly re-share this #Erlang #OTP talk by #MaheshPaoliniSubramani in honor of #CybersecurityAwarenessMonth! https://t.co/Y3m2P4gfsJ
Max-Gerd Retzlaff: uLisp on M5Stack (ESP32):
controlling relays connected to I2C via a PCF8574
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: Check out the @MutualKnowledge #Glow #blockchain safe, user-friendly domain-specific language (DSL) repo. https://t.co/H5…
LispNyc: We’re thrilled to share the recording of this month’s @chia_project talk by @bramcohen and @richardkiss. https://t.co/1nU2GOT8yQ
TurtleWare: How do you DO when you do DO?
Joe Marshall: Update October 2021
LispNyc: RT @MutualKnowledge: ‍‍ Fancy learning our Glow language? ‍‍Our team is soon going to teach you! Our MOOC will be live on septe…
LispNyc: RT @phanaero: "Safe Cross-Chain Contract Interactions" https://t.co/HozJmQgyG3 Why CALLing EVM contracts from other chains or shards is a *…
LispNyc: RT @MutualKnowledge: Quite a long article today: our analysis of a potential security flaw that looks, at a first glance, like a safe desig…
LispNyc: RT @phanaero: After @MutualKnowledge sells AVOUM (Account-View-On-UTXO-Model) to all UTXO blockchains, we'll sell UTUAB (UTXO-Tracking-Unde…
Thomas Fitzsimmons: Mezzano on Librebooted ThinkPads
Vsevolod Dyomkin: Watching a Model Train
LispNyc: Join us next Tuesday (September 14th) for a talk on Chialisp by Bram Cohen, Richard Kiss end @hoffmang . https://t.co/5gAbDEZCsl
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: A #LaborDay2021 reminder to #DApp #blockchain developers and technology decision-makers to make their work easier by using…
Nicolas Hafner: Patch update, holidays, and the GIC - October Kandria Update
Lispegistus: RT @chaitanya_gupta: I have been so spoiled by Common Lisp. So frustrating to work in languages without a true REPL and a true living image…

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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