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Fri May 8 07:22:32 UTC 2020
I haven't used Common Lisp at work for a few years, but I'm back with
a different Lisp, and looking for partners.
My startup is looking for Lispers who would today be co-founders,
and/or "tomorrow", employees. Our code is written in Gerbil Scheme
(which feels like Racket, but is also on top of Gambit, that feels
like Common Lisp). It implements a compiler for a typed functional DSL
for blockchain decentralized applications. If all these things
interest you (or at least, enough of them gather interest, and none
brings disgust), then contact me! https://mukn.io (We're also looking
for customers, angel investors, etc.)
I still maintain my old CL code, and use some of it daily, but it's
not getting much new development, except after being ported to Gerbil.
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a single petitioner confessedly unworthy. — Ambrose Bierce
On Fri, May 8, 2020 at 2:54 AM Geoffrey Teale <tealeg at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Burton,
> I'm afraid there's not a lot of action on this list, but welcome all the same.
> For my part, Common Lisp isn't really part of my daily life anymore - I use Racket a fair bit, and Elisp.
> tealeg (Geoff)
> On Fri, 8 May 2020 at 07:02, Burton Samograd <busfactor1 at icloud.com> wrote:
>> Just wanted to say hello.
>> Burton Samograd
>> A Fellow Lisper
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