Today I googled for some of the people I met at Startup School last year, and stumbled upon a picture containing the coolest t-shirt I have ever seen: The guy wearing the shirt is Conrad Barski, whom I met while in Boston for Startup School.
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Anyone who has poked around in the Scheme or Functional Programming community has no doubt heard about PLT, or at least one of its projects, which include DrScheme and the book How To Design Programs. PLT is a group of people spread across four universities that works on a number of projects, some of which [...]
I went to my Alma Mater’s library in search of a book on Common Lisp and found Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence: Case Studies in Common Lisp by Peter Norvig. The book is 946 pages long and covers both AI and Common Lisp in depth. I started working through the Common Lisp chapter and found that [...]