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ylecun: RT @ezraklein: If the person who got the most votes became president, Trump would never have become president. Most Americans didn't want…
Lispegistus: RT @NotKallyn: ozzy osbourne showing john lennon how to write heavy metal (1968) https://t.co/ENRS4xP0D5
ylecun: RT @schrep: Here’s a great example of AI making the internet more accessible: a 10X improvement in our system that describes the content of…
ylecun: Autodiff was done in the SN3.1 Lisp interpreter, using graphs of interconnected modules. The SN3.1 Lisp compiler… https://t.co/5SEQOI0ipw
Java on Truffle – Going Fully Metacircular
Tycho Garen : Learning Common Lisp Again
Alexander Artemenko: declt
Jonathan Godbout: Proto Cache: A Caching Story
LispNyc: Check out our live-stream this evening, starting at 6:10pm (EST), for @rvirding’s talk on “A Lisp Flavored Erlang”.… https://t.co/731ekkRJUy
Eric Timmons: Static Executables with SBCL
j2bryson: RT @wafajohal: New paper #HRI2021 "The Valley of non-Distraction: Effect of Robot's Human-likeness on Perception Load" with Nadine Marc…
LispNyc: @mko_io @rvirding @ErlangLisp Indeed. Please subscribe to our YouTube channel. https://t.co/EAwCBwNE0e The recordin… https://t.co/XT7xlOTNTA
Google is investigating the actions of another top AI ethicist
Michał Herda: TIL that Common Lisp dynamic variables can be made locally unbound
LispNyc: Join us next Tuesday (January 12) for a talk by @rvirding on @ErlangLisp. https://t.co/8t44umGa4g
Timofei Shatrov: Ichiran@home 2021: the ultimate guide
j2bryson: RT @TravisLacroix: The significant uptick in academic work on AI ethics generally, and artificial moral agency in particular, necessarily i…
Nicolas Hafner: 2020 for Kandria in Review - Gamedev
planetclojure: Full Stack Engineer - Remote (by @nonrecursive) https://t.co/FDwSHHjgBr
seancorfield: If you've watched either of my recent #clojure RDD talks, you should also watch (and re-watch) this excellent talk: https://t.co/eKdZaHnHkr
RealGeneKim: Whoa. “Java on Truffle is now a truly self-hosted Java on Java.” “Indeed, Java on Truffle is a metacircular VM,… https://t.co/nyJri1NB9p
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: Check out this @LispNYC recording of #MaheshPaoliniSubramanya's session on #Erlang and #OTP. https://t.co/hYhqq4vnkn @Erla…
jackrusher: @HansHuebner The Interlisp VM is easy to run! https://t.co/J0lct8Glwz The TI Emulator requires a sort of retroco… https://t.co/Zg6971ztaO
luismbo: @jackrusher I'm curious about what the TRACE facilities look like in those older Lisp systems. Do you have any pointers on that?
jackrusher: It's always funny to see a system again after decades. In this case, Zmacs running on the TI Explorer Lisp Machine. https://t.co/QPwjX7RQUL
LispNyc: Check out our recording of #MaheshPaoliniSubramanya's session on #Erlang and #OTP. https://t.co/DLZ84yZhfI @ErlangLisp
Leo Zovic: Profiling `house`. Again.
LispNyc: Merry Lispmas, everyone! @pierredelacaze @heowbert @fare @zbraiterman @masinter @tonyfischetti @MattAlhonte… https://t.co/7TWYAZdt3A
Quicklisp news: December 2020 Quicklisp dist update now available
Back in 2012 one of my first jobs required me to write #AutoLisp for a consulting company, shortly after I moved to… https://t.co/nyV9Wf50pM

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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.

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