November 10, 2004
What Are You Doing In Lisp, Right Now?


Zach Beane summarizes a comp.lang.lisp thread in which posters answer the question “What are you doing in Lisp, right now?”

Massive email-to-voice gateways, web platforms for developing database front-ends, code walkers and DNA walkers, programming languages for writing models of human cognition and generating business applications for .NET in C# are just some of the answers.

Posted by jjwiseman at November 10, 2004 01:01 AM
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