May 20, 2011
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Common Lisp for web related commercial applications and free open source software such as the MCLIDE programming environment; Lisp server-side on the web; XSLT mainly for website layout, dynamic web applications and as an embedded DSL in Lisp;
Common Lisp has been my main language since 1995 (recognizing that it's multi-paradigm and not purely functional). XSLT (for which I have implemented a processor in Lisp). Clojure.
I have developed and brought to market several commercial applications written in Lisp. I make the open source MCLIDE IDE for Clojure & Lisp. Recently, my hybrid Clojure/ObjC iPhone app was a Finalist for the CONNECT Most Innovative Products award.