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Last Updated 03/21/2010

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08/09/2006Hmm...Lisp Lovers, how would you fix Lisp or bring it up to date?
06/07/2006InsuranceCommon Lisp Exception Handling
05/21/2006Pocket protector?Erlang/OTP release with multiprocessor support
05/09/2006I'm sure you're rightThe Nature of Lisp (a tutorial)
05/12/2006Tech adoptionThe Nature of Lisp (a tutorial)
04/18/2006Good idea, though keep in mind I'm biased...Flexible Addition of Static Typing to Dynamically Typed Programs
11/07/2005Edit. Kill. Restart.How does Lisp do that?!?
10/31/2005Hmm, what sorts of things areWhy Lists?
09/29/2005Lambda the Ultimate KillfileLtU: Style and Focus
09/24/2005If Lisp is really the best weRuby: Language of the Programming √úbermensch?
06/25/2005In Common Lisp, I frequentlyWhy recursing is better than looping
06/28/2005Incidentally, I hear that "reWhy recursing is better than looping
04/20/2005Qi 6.1 releasedQi 6.1 released
02/12/2005ScienceACM Queue: A Conversation with Alan Kay
02/13/2005"To escape from this problemACM Queue: A Conversation with Alan Kay
01/09/2005Explaining metaprogramming and tools like macrosIan Bicking: The challenge of metaprogramming
12/14/2004And that's an advantage of usCasting SPELs in Lisp
12/11/2004I think of this as a UI issueCasting SPELs in Lisp
10/29/2004Might want to consider hostinThe 90 Minute Scheme to C compiler
10/20/2004Why are computer people so quProgramming for non-programmers
10/21/2004When you say, "Oh, this one'sProgramming for non-programmers
09/28/2004Predictable and soundJava and coolness, a discussion
09/09/2004I found that Paul Graham's AnDescription Logics in Literate Haskell
08/21/2004I enjoyed it; whereas the notErlang the Movie
08/13/2004Python's David Mertz has doneNew Paul Graham thing...
07/24/2004Let's not continue this here...Type systems and software evolution
07/18/2004Speaking of tools...Why type systems are interesting
07/24/2004ReleaseWhy type systems are interesting
07/13/2004Scientific approach to analysisTwo books
06/29/2004Multiple return valuesPragmatic Programmers Interview
06/29/2004Error vals vs exceptionsPragmatic Programmers Interview
07/01/2004No longer in KansasPragmatic Programmers Interview
07/01/2004staticPragmatic Programmers Interview
06/27/2004Google friendWhiteboard with Anders Hejlsberg
05/17/2004Re: Lisp Machine Progress ReportLisp Machine Progress Report
04/20/2004Re: Tunneling VariablesTunneling Variables
03/17/2004Re: The Fault Tolerant ShellThe Fault Tolerant Shell
03/10/2004Re: Video lectures on SICPVideo lectures on SICP
03/13/2004Re: Video lectures on SICPVideo lectures on SICP
03/03/2004Re: Book Review: Purely Functional Data StructuresBook Review: Purely Functional Data Structures
03/02/2004Re: Berkeley Visionaries Prognosticate About the FutureBerkeley Visionaries Prognosticate About the Future
09/10/2003Re: Metaclass programming in Python, Part 2Metaclass programming in Python, Part 2
09/10/2003Re: Metaclass programming in Python, Part 2Metaclass programming in Python, Part 2
08/27/2003Re: Using an Abstracted Interpreter to Understand Abstract InterpretationUsing an Abstracted Interpreter to Understand Abstract Interpretation
08/04/2003Re: Udell: Test before you leap into developmentUdell: Test before you leap into development
08/05/2003Re: Udell: Test before you leap into developmentUdell: Test before you leap into development
07/24/2003Re: Java Is a Language for the MassesJava Is a Language for the Masses
07/25/2003Re: Java Is a Language for the MassesJava Is a Language for the Masses

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