Adrien Piérard axioplase at gmail.com
Sun May 10 21:57:36 UTC 2020

Since everyone is doing it, I'll join the fray!

Haven't used a Lisp professionally in forever. I did Scheme from undergrad
to grad school (with Dr Scheme and then Gambit), I used SISC to work on a
major retail website around 2006, and as far as Common Lisp is concerned, I
worked with Allegro CL in 2008 to do NLP in for English and Japanese. I
still fire up SBCL/quicklisp for hobby projects.



On Sun, 10 May 2020 at 11:18, Nick Levine <nick at nicklevine.org> wrote:

> Hi Alexandre.
> We process text (in bulk), mostly news but from other sources also, and we
> extract meaning from it. The more sophisticated this becomes, the greater
> our need to pull each sentence apart and see how it really ticks. “Parts of
> speech“ is an important stepping stone; “computational linguistics” is the
> broader study.
> - nick
> https://www.ravenpack.com/careers/computational-linguist
> https://www.ravenpack.com/careers/common-lisp-developer
> On 10 May 2020, at 13:35, Alexandre Rademaker <arademaker at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> Hi Nick,
> Can you tell more about it?
> RavenPack implementing computational linguistics (mainly) in Allegro.
> Alexandre
> Sent from my iPhone

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