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Todd M.


Austin, TX

Member since:

September 2, 2014

What interests you in Lisp

Concurrency and state management. Reliability in production environments. Patching and updating. Productivity. Plus, it's weird.

Have you programmed in any Lisp based language before?


Strong typing or dynamic typing?

Yes. Which is to say I have mostly worked with strongly typed languages, and also have a fair amount of experience with dynamic typing also. I am more comfortable working with a strongly typed paradigm, but that does not make it right.

Have you heard of Multi-methods?

I have heard of multi-methods. I have not done enough work in clojure to really understand them well.

Relational, Object Oriented, Graph, Network, Hierarchical databases. Which is your favorite and why?

From this list, I prefer relational because I understand it. The others, I have not had a lot of real world exposure to. I have worked on a few document based database systems, and have found them to be useful in some situations.


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