( Lisp News: weighed mostly by merrit )
|Eugene Zaikonnikov: Deannoyifying SLIME
|Paolo Amoroso: Reading A Programmer's Guide to COMMON LISP
|Paolo Amoroso: Importing Common Lisp Files in Medley with TextModules
|vindarel: Celebrating 1001 learners on my Common Lisp course í ¾íµ³
|Joe Marshall: Bilinear Fractional Transformations
|Paolo Amoroso: Managing pure Common Lisp files on Medley
|Joe Marshall: Infinite Composition
|Eugene Zaikonnikov: Tweaking SLIME Xref for Remote Images
|LuÃs Oliveira: Manuel Simoni on CL's control flow primitives
|TurtleWare: Writing an ad hoc GUI for Coleslaw
|LispNYC presentation slides
|LISP: Judges and Sponsorships
|The Inverse of A Famous Equation
|Expected Blog Contents
|Summer of Code 2012
|The clojure web-dev ecosystem just gets better and better
|A tour of the Clojure landscape
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