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Getting familiar with LISP

Lisp has a subset of hardcore fans who proclaim it as the world’s most powerful programming language. Since so few programmers use it, its cryptic syntax and high usage mainly in academia it has been viewed as an elite tool. This is a mistaken attitude, since Lisp can be learned by anyone and turn anyone into a fantastic developer. Many high end programmers are using LISP and with a little bit of effort you two can utilize it effectively. Take some time and check out the resources in this board. John McCarthy pictured to the left is considered the father of LISP. 

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  • GitHub 4
    kuangyh / chord

    LISP on Python

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    nurv / pnil

    Python to Lisp Translator

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  • Stack Overflow 546 Views4 Score3 Answers
    Lisp - Is it good for web programming/applications (interactive) ? The way ruby is ? The way php is?

    Is Lisp good for web programming/applications (interactive), the way ruby and php are? Things to take into consideration would be: Ease of use Deployability Difficulty (especially for a beginner to programming) (Edit) I was Particularly referring to Common Lisp, after reading Paul Graham's essay. Would be my first programming language. In this regard. Is it suitable to do so ? I hear that Clojure's macro functionality is not as powerful as Common Lisp's, and that's why I'm trying to learn Clojure. It teaches programming and is very powerful.

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  • GitHub 4
    minopret / minopret-lisp

    An instructive (I hope) implementation of a simple Lisp

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  • YouTube
    Lisp Tutorial

    We learn about Lisp, a classic programming language.

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  • www.linuxforu.com
    Lisp: Tears of Joy, Part 1

    Currently, only the top percentile of programmers use Lisp; so if you want to be among the crème de la crème, these articles are for you.

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  • www.gigamonkeys.com
    Practical Common Lisp

    that book is dead sexy —Xach on #lisp. This page, and the pages it links to, contain text of the Common Lisp book Practical Common Lisp published by Apress These pages now contain the final text as it appears in the book. If you find errors in these pages, please send email to book@gigamonkeys.com.

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  • planet.lisp.org
    Planet Lisp

    Thanks to Mickael on twitter I got to read an article about loosing scope with some common programming languages. As the blog article Lost in scope references functional programming languages and plays with both Javascript and Erlang, I though I had to try it out with Common Lisp too. Let's have fun with lambda!

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    Lisperator.net — to create, to ilisperate

    BlogUglifyJSSLipSytesHome. Welcome! I'm Mihai Bazon and I'm running a blog since 2001. This is its third inception, powered by Common Lisp. You can also find me on Twitter, Github, LinkedIn and GMail/GTalk. Latest entries. Enterprise tools. Fri, 11 Jan 2013. Thoughts on CommonJS / RequireJS. Tue, 13 Nov 2012.

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