UT Lisp Users Group?
jcoates at archive.org
Thu Jul 7 17:31:52 MDT 2005
>If we can't find one, we'd like to start one initially in UT county. We
>plan to have Lisp-learning presentations with exercises, initially
>focusing on SICP (Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, MIT
>Press) and PCL (Practical Common Lisp, Apress).
excuse the presumption, but let me say what most of us are thinking:
abelson and sussman is a great text and all, but i don't see the wisdom in
starting a user group around lisp. it's sort of an academic language that
had is very rarely used in industry and aside from a small crowd of die
hards, it's really not much more than an fantastic introduction to computer
science concepts and/or an intellectual toy. oh, and yes, emacs of course.
but, hey, it'd make for a fun plug presentation. ;-)
From: plug-bounces at plug.org [mailto:plug-bounces at plug.org]On Behalf Of
Sent: Thursday, July 07, 2005 5:08 PM
To: plug at plug.org
Subject: UT Lisp Users Group?
I and a few other friends have been searching for a Lisp users group in
Utah without success. Anyone heard of one that I could be pointed to?
If we can't find one, we'd like to start one initially in UT county. We
plan to have Lisp-learning presentations with exercises, initially
focusing on SICP (Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, MIT
Press) and PCL (Practical Common Lisp, Apress).
If you're interested in such a group, please contact me off list.
People say I'm indecisive. Am I? I don't know.
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