manfred.bergmann at me.com
Tue May 26 17:59:33 UTC 2020
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I’m also new to the list here.
Interesting to find Peter Seibel here as well, just read his book PCL last year.
I’m actually also quite new to Common List.
Yes, I guess there are still people coming.
After dealing more than 20 years with mostly Java/Scala, or the JVM in general, .NET, Objective-C and many other things I must say that Common Lisp is so refreshing.
I’m not sure how else I can express it. It’s so great.
Not having had any dealings with Lisp before (I’m not sure why) it’s hard to really grasp it.
But now, after > 1 year I think I have a bit of understanding.
I’ve tried Clojure. But since I’m coming from the JVM I was looking form something that does not run on the JVM (I’m a bit tired of it).
Now I’ve collected a fair amount of CL books and so absorbing all the great information that is in this environment.
> Hey Burton, This list is not very active, but some of us still use Common Lisp as their main language :) Best regards, Daniel On May 8, 2020 8:53:11 AM GMT+02:00, 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
> >For my part, Common Lisp isn't really part of my daily life anymore - I
> >Racket a fair bit, and Elisp.
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