Robert Sayre talks a bit about Yahoo 2.0, DSLs and Sawzall. He also proposes an intense curriculum for learning Lisp.
Posted by jjwiseman at November 17, 2005 12:34 PM
On Lisp is so far right up there with the best programming books I have ever read. In fact, I've made it part of a little table that shows how you should learn about Lisp coding. They get harder as you move down, so you should probably start at the top, unless you're one of those people who knows a lot of this stuff through other languages already, in which case you can read SICP and Lisp In Small Pieces at the same time, and then work backwards.
Practical Common Lisp SICP (also with excellent video courses) On Lisp Lisp In Small Pieces