Austin, TXUSA 78712
September 27, 2012
I usually make use of a functional model in the code that I write in order to attack problems by decomposition and discard testing in favor of proof by triviality, so I like functional languages in general. Lisps specifically have amazing macro systems which I miss every time I write code in another language.
Clojure, Lisp, Clisp, Guile
I go both ways
I find that relational DBs are easier to work with at least to start because they allow you to evolve your schema with your requirements.
I'm a CS student at UT who fell in love with Lisps a long time ago and is still looking for more.