( LispNYC News )

TurtleWare: Buffering Output
Joe Marshall: Observationally Functional
Tim Bradshaw: Simple logging in Common Lisp
Tim Bradshaw: Metatronic macros
Nicolas Hafner: Kandria enters beta - September Kandria Update
Joe Marshall: Playing with raycasting
Joe Marshall: Drawing a circle
vindarel: Lisp for the web: deploying with Systemd, gotchas and solutions
Tim Bradshaw: Macros (from Zyni)
Colin Lupton: Learn Lisp The Hard Way is Back Online
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: Check out this @LinkedIn article on Breakneck Babashka on @kubernetesio by #Clojure / functional programming expert, @heo…
ylecun: RT @gary_shiu: We are excited to resume Physics ∩ ML after the summer break with a talk this week by François Charton (Meta) @f_charton @M…
ylecun: RT @fb_engineering: Don't forget to join Meta AI engineers at AI@scale tomorrow - Sept. 28 ➡️ @ylecun, Ludovic Hauduc, Kaushik Veeraragh…
reddit_lisp: #Clojure Centering text in Clojure | https://t.co/DVuWibzjHH
reddit_lisp: #Common_Lisp easy-macros: An easy way to write 90% of your macros | https://t.co/NO7hRzDVOc
fare: This weekend on the road, there was some metal junk on the highway, seemingly part of RV ladder fallen after a coll… https://t.co/kKRndceMkF
LispNyc: Check out this opportunity to work through Lisp in Small Pieces, along with @chrishouser! https://t.co/8cAO1uL0Yo
LispNyc: Encouraging you to check out @pierredelacaze’s session on recommender systems. https://t.co/eHK250W5fI
LispNyc: Join us on Tuesday (April 12) for our next social event. https://t.co/XqawlkSn3k
LispNyc: Happy #AprilFoolsDay! Proudly sharing RFC 2324, “Hyper Text Coffee Pot Control Protocol”. https://t.co/LYrmYTO1tD M… https://t.co/YSApTFtNW9
LispNyc: We remind you to check out recordings from @pierredelacaze’s Probabilistic Machine Learning reading group sessions… https://t.co/kdhQ1N4Mgd
LispNyc: Happy #PiDay!
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
LispNyc: RT @zbraiterman: The "functional Kool-Aid... has no side effects". https://t.co/TcKnDlsXBt
React c'est trop mainstream. #clojure
#Clojure I built my startup on 100% Clojure and ClojureScript | https://t.co/K1lOnKqYmv

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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