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Recent Meetups

  • October 1, 2012 · 7:00 PM

    Emulating the 6502 with Lisp

    4 Members | 4.50

    Britt has recently finished work on cl-6502, a Common Lisp emulator+assembler+disassembler for the MOS 6502 processor and is beginning work on Famiclom, a full NES... Learn more
  • February 6, 2012 · 7:00 PM

    An evening of lisp and excitement. We'll cdr after.

    7 Members | 5.00

    Pre-meeting SICP study group - 6:30pm 7:00 - Presentation: NST testing framework 7:45 - Lightning talks 8:15 - Food/Drinks Lightning talks: Zero to Hunchentoot on EC2... Learn more
  • January 9, 2012 · 7:00 PM

    Lisp Atlanta Meetup - January 2012

    7 Members | 5.00

    6:30 - SICP study group 7:00 - TBD Presentation from Brit Butler 7:45 or so - Lightning talks (get in touch if you'd like to present) 8:30 - Food/beers/conversation... Learn more
  • December 5, 2011 · 7:00 PM

    Lisp Atlanta Meetup

    10 Members | 4.50

    LUG Agenda: * Presentations TBD * Lightning Talks * Food and beers, location TBD You are welcome to give a lightning talk if you're interested. Please get in touch!... Learn more
  • November 7, 2011 · 7:00 PM

    Lisp Atlanta Reboot

    12 Members | 5.00

    Agenda: * Discussion of format for future meetings * 10-15m lightning talks * Organize SICP study group * Food and beers, location TBD You are welcome to give a... Learn more
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    Doug E. Doug E. joined
    September 19
    Doug E.
    "I've been a software developer in Atlanta for 15 years, mostly in .NET and Java. Recently I discovered Lisp and have been spending all my free time trying to wrap my imperative brain around a functional paradigm shift. I'm seeking help for my problem"
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    September 7
    joseph s.
    "(nerd)"
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    Will E. Will E. joined
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    Will E.
    "It's like this. I learned emacs way back in my day because it was the easy editor (I mean OS) to pick up. But really, who doesn't want a whole rapid prototype-able way to solve problems?"
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    Clinton A. Clinton A. joined
    August 16
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    Jesse W. Jesse W. joined
    July 19
    Jesse W.
    "Hardcore Emacs user and lisp hacker. Lately, I've been writing clojure whenever I can. I'm a Mfg Test Engineer and Data Analyst at Google where I mostly have to write Python and C. I'm more and more interested in Ocaml and Haskell."
 
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