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ylecun: RT @benedictevans: I see a UK newspaper lobby group has a paper claiming that Google and Meta make money from links to news websites, and s…
LispNyc: Check out this opportunity to work through Lisp in Small Pieces, along with @chrishouser! https://t.co/8cAO1uL0Yo
Eitaro Fukamachi: Woo: a high-performance Common Lisp web server
j2bryson: RT @hlntnr: One of my favorite quotes on AI is from Dijkstra: "The question of whether a computer can think is no more interesting than th…
vindarel: Video: Create a Common Lisp project from scratch with our project generator
Didier Verna: Declt 4.0 beta 1 "William Riker" is released
LispNyc: Encouraging you to check out @pierredelacaze’s session on recommender systems. https://t.co/eHK250W5fI
Show HN: Monolith – A stylish and functional computer frame
Nicolas Hafner: Polish of the game and polish conference - May Kandria Update
LispNyc: Join us on Tuesday (April 12) for our next social event. https://t.co/XqawlkSn3k
Patrick Stein: Making Sudoku Diagrams in Lisp
LispNyc: Happy #AprilFoolsDay! Proudly sharing RFC 2324, “Hyper Text Coffee Pot Control Protocol”. https://t.co/LYrmYTO1tD M… https://t.co/YSApTFtNW9
Patrick Stein: DRAW v0.2.20220430
vindarel: Writing an interactive web app in Common Lisp: Hunchentoot then CLOG
TurtleWare: Multipass Translator for CLIM
LispNyc: We remind you to check out recordings from @pierredelacaze’s Probabilistic Machine Learning reading group sessions… https://t.co/kdhQ1N4Mgd
TurtleWare: Implementing a simpleminded REPL from scratch
LispNyc: Happy #PiDay!
vindarel: Resources
LispNyc: Join us for our @YouTube livestream of “A Tale of 2 Lisps” today at 6:10pm (EST). https://t.co/OO7o2Baa0p
LispNyc: Happy #InternationalWomensDay! Sharing fond memories of ⁦@ClojureBridge⁩ 2007 team! https://t.co/TA673aUZGl https://t.co/P6GBzQ4MBd
LispNyc: Join us on Tuesday, March 8th, for a “A Tale of Two Lisps” (MakerLisp and ChiaLisp): https://t.co/1eFybm0KXJ
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: Check out this @MutualKnowledge #Glow UI demo by your CTO, Alex Plotnick, on our @YouTube channel! https://t.co/3hWCmCbTn1
LispNyc: Check out this presentation on Neural Networks for Sequences, led by @pierredelacaze! https://t.co/1j6VYLZOgo
luismbo: Do you like to TRACE things? In the upcoming SBCL 2.2.5, you can now TRACE local functions (FLET/LABELS), macros, c… https://t.co/pkf02JEu6P
cgrand: Only two tickets left for the earliest "ClojureDart ❤️ Flutter" workshop. https://t.co/3FN0lZG7En
reddit_lisp: #lisp A comparison and wish-list of features for a Common Lispy approach to a (better) Numpy | https://t.co/ITapAR25GG
papers_we_love: Jim Benvenuto on Metaobject Protocols Why We Want Them And What Else They Can Do - originally posted on Oct 3, 2015… https://t.co/RdOAeWNnnY
jackrusher: RT @kommen: After ~5 years of relying on Spacemacs (and a good experience with it) I finally felt comfortable enough and built my own Emacs…
Jose_A_Alonso: Using binary mode in Haskell. ~ James Bowen (@james_OWA). https://t.co/G8PgtNYvvc #Haskell #FunctionalProgramming

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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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