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  1. Arthur Smyles: Algebraic Manipulation with a Macro


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    The third of the 3 Macros in 3 Lisps presentations. Arthur Smyles presents Scheme macros by demonstrating algebraic manipulation of an equation, re-writing the expression into a normal form.

  2. Tony Fischetti: Practical macros for deeply impractical people


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    The second of the 3 Macros in 3 Lisps presentations. Tony Fischetti presents his journey to and through using Common Lisp macros, Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis grammars and experiments coding macros.

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    • Eric Loren: Clojure Macros "No more copypasta! Use mac'roni! "


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      The first of the 3 Macros in 3 Lisps presentations. Eric Loren presents Clojure macros through a series of example pieces of code within a micro-demonstration methodology, a bit like The Reasoned…

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      • Hans Hübner: Reanimating VAX LISP


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        The VAX is a classic computer architecture from the 1970ies, and as it was in wide spread use until Intel took over the world, there were a number of LISP implementations for it. VAX LISP was the…

      • Georgiy Treyvus: That Fun Time I Made A New OpenPGP Keypair ... Deleted My Only Copy Of The Private Key ... Recover


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        "In late July of 2018 I dealt with what may have been the most catastrophic technical disaster I've ever found myself in and by the skin of my teeth managed to come out on top. This talk…

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        • Luther Johnson: MakerLisp


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          From https://makerlisp.com: The MakerLisp Machine is a portable, modular computer system, designed to recapture the feel of classic computing, with modern hardware. The CPU is a Zilog eZ80 running…

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          • John Cowan: A Scheme Journey from Red to Tangerine and Beyond


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            This is a presentation of the current state of Scheme standardization. I'll briefly review the history leading up to the creation of R7RS-small in 2013 and the first stage of R7RS-large in 2016.…

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            • Presenting Seed: A Metamorphic Software System by Andrew Sengul


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              Seed is a new interactive software environment that ties together visual and textual programming built in Common Lisp. Seed allows you to create and use programs with customized workflows and a…

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              • Rahul Jain on DefDoc: An extensible, dynamic document creation system


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                DefDoc brings together the best of Common Lisp (macros and CLOS), TeX/LaTeX, XML, and CSS to provide a document creation system that allows flexibility at a greater number of levels than any comparable…

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                • Brian Hurt: The Ultimate Object Oriented Language


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                  Brian uses Sandi Metz's 2015 RailsConf talk "Nothing is Something" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29MAL8pJImQ), specifically that all you need to do is to be able to send a message…

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                  • Pierre de Lacaze on Convolutional Neural Nets


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                    This presentation is Part 2 of my September Lisp NYC presentation on Reinforcement Learning and Artificial Neural Nets. We will continue from where we left off by covering Convolutional Neural Nets…

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                    • Raymond Puzio on Homotopy Type Theory


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                      Abstract A remarkable development in the foundations of mathematics has been the appearance of deep structural analogies between seemingly disparate subjects such as logic, category theory, lambda…

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