February 21, 2002
Lisp, .NET and Paul Graham

Jon Udell talks a little about opportunities for Lisp, Paul Graham, and .NET.

Paul Graham has done more for the visibility of and positive attention toward Lisp than anyone else in the last five years.

You might be interested in this comp.lang.lisp thread in which Duane Rettig talks a little bit about what Franz' feelings about .NET. Or maybe Dan Barlow's diary entry on the subject (scroll to Feb 6).

Posted by jjwiseman at February 21, 2002 04:49 PM
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