June 12, 2002
Lisp Conference

Wow! This is a surprise.

Franz and the ALU are sponsoring the International Lisp Conference 2002 in San Francisco this fall, chaired by Raymond de Lacaze.

The conference runs for 4 days at the end of October, and focuses on 4 areas:

It looks like all sorts of recognizable names will be speaking (Daniel Bobrow, Richard Gabriel, Peter Norvig, Roger Corman, John Mallery, Kent Pitman, Christian Queinnec, John L. White). I'm particularly interested in seeing the speaker from iRobot has to say about lisp in embedded systems.

$400 for 4 days (if you register early) doesn't seem bad, either. I'm there.

So, wow. Another lisp conference is actually going to happen. Now we just need to re-educate whoever is responsible for that appalling conference web site.

Posted by jjwiseman at June 12, 2002 02:01 PM

Dine with your Troutfriends!

Posted by: Troutgirl on June 12, 2002 05:39 PM

..and others!

Posted by: Eric on June 15, 2002 03:36 PM
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