( LispNYC News )

otfrom: RT @CarolineLucas: It’s completely absurd for PM to claim rejection of his timetable means he has to stop this process. Why could he not do…
LispNyc: @RealGeneKim and @EUSP discuss the role functional programming plays in architectural understanding and systems thi… https://t.co/EYyTs72stK
LispNyc: cc: @zbraiterman @abedra @dosourcenotcode @Sidnicious @SushiDude
LispNyc: Happy #CyberSecurityAwarenessMonth! We proudly remind you that companies like @Secure_Outcomes use Common Lisp for… https://t.co/RPGQVbb7oa
LispNyc: Happy [slightly more than half way through] #CyberSecurityAwarenessMonth!
LispNyc: Join us for our next meetup, on Tuesday, November 12: https://t.co/AfVnHv0rWb @zbraiterman @officialsnarwin… https://t.co/FHSoN8NWdL
LispNyc: RT @SushiDude: @zbraiterman ICYMI https://t.co/IaX9yVHChU
Lispers.de: Berlin Lispers - Talk Announcement - Thursday, 24th October 2019
LispNyc: Join us tomorrow (Tuesday, October 8) for our “Hallowlisp” community gathering: https://t.co/Rl5bg1TabX
Quicklisp news: October 2019 Quicklisp dist update now available
Didier Verna: TFM 1.0 "Artificial Uncial" is released.
LispNyc: RT @ylecun: Pierre Vandergheynst from EPFL gives a plenary lecture on signal processing on graphs at the International Conference in Image…
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: @sirocyl rocks! He is brilliant, kind and fun to be around! :) https://t.co/MBJTsJWHt7
Paul Khuong: A Couple of (Probabilistic) Worst-case Bounds for Robin Hood Linear Probing
Lispers.de: Berlin Lispers Meetup, Monday, 30th September 2019
LispNyc: @pierredelacaze @zbraiterman
LispNyc: RT @paulg: "The language that I think will outlast all the others, the language that I believe will eventually become the standard language…
LispNyc: Join us on Tuesday, September 10, for our next meetup, location TBD: https://t.co/q1c2MVrNJ5
otfrom: RT @smolrobots: Wow! This is amazing! https://t.co/2lNquSx7QB
LispNyc: @zbraiterman @owasp @XSEDECC @techtranseco @semioticsweb @XRSIdotorg @askcyberinfra @dosourcenotcode has lots to sa… https://t.co/Z6cyxj9IAK
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: A value system distunguisges the “Free Software” movement from open source software... That said, LOVE community. Thank yo…
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: Great to see @aeonmag recognize the ingenuity and relevance of #CharlesSandersPeirce! https://t.co/KKDKqhBNAZ @semioticswe…
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: Ain’t no party like a @LispNYC cause the party don’t stop!
Vsevolod Dyomkin: Programming Algorithms: Hash-Tables
LispNyc: Cheers to Vegas hackers at @BSidesLV, now @defcon! @zbraiterman @SushiDude @aivillage_dc
Nicolas Hafner: Library Policy Update - Confession 88
LispNyc: RT @ylecun: The Turing Lecture delivered by Geoff Hinton and me in Phoenix on June 23rd is now available. Video: https://t.co/QEKZQMYMWR S…
LispNyc: Another interesting parallel between music and programming via @mitpress: https://t.co/TVAN6vzlof @IEEEorg
Lispers.de: Lisp-Meetup in Hamburg on Monday, 2nd September 2019
otfrom: RT @smolrobots: Kind, helpful robots take into account the accessibility needs of everyone. Do better, designers! https://t.co/a9iO6RD2uA

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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