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Heow Goodman
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The following videos are now available on LispNYC Vimeo:

* Richard Stallman on Libre Software
* Ryan Trinkle on Reflex
* Dustin Mulcahey on Lambda Calculus

...over 28 HOURS of video presentations!

http://lispnyc.org/meetings

Dedicated to the advocacy and advancement of Lisp-based software and development technologies.
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Didier Verna

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First invited speaker announced! Pierre Castéran on program proving and synthesis with Coq. #lisp #els2016  http://www.european-lisp-symposium.org/
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Ça fait un bail que je n'ai pas vu Pierre Castéran.
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Didier Verna

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Registration to ‪#‎ELS2015‬ is now open! Rush to get the early bird discount: you have until March 29th… http://t.co/6WyyUyPMf3 ‪#‎lisp‬
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Lauri Apple

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If you're going to be in NYC on August 27, don't miss David Nolen's talk at Gilt!
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Lauri Apple

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"Read these tips and you’ll soon be able to make onlookers wonder how you’re able to make code fly around the screen so quickly and elegantly—and with just a few keystrokes."
Lisp is an interesting language. Its emphasis on functional programming and properties such as homoiconicity make it quite different from other languages. Although it’s not suited for all developers,...
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Didier Verna

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ATTENTION ALL PERSONEL: early registration deadline for #ELS2014 ends tomorrow! #lisp http://www.european-lisp-symposium.org/content-registration-full.html
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Wendy Devolder

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Conference on Data Science and Functional Programming in London on March 14th
Are you interested in exploring the challenges and opportunities of Functional Programming in Data Science?
Keen to learn how to put functional concepts in the database, or how to develop effective parallel programs using advanced refactoring technology? Would you like to explore how to blend a domain-specific language into a host language and how to achieve language integrated query?

Then join us at #fpX, the Functional Programming eXchange, to explore cross functional solutions to interesting challenges in Data Science and #Functional Programming!

Scala, Clojure, Lisp, Haskell, Ocaml, Erlang, F#... whatever your discipline, if you are keen to discover innovative approaches and practical solutions in functional programming to address interesting challenges in data science, this conference is for you!

Rather than focusing on the merits of one language above another, we'll join up forces to explore cross platform approaches during a full day of learning, brainstorming, and coding with 100+ functional programmers and data scientists.

PROGRAM
KEYNOTE: A PRACTICAL THEORY OF LANGUAGE-INTEGRATED QUERY BY PHILIP WADLER
We are very proud to open the conference with a keynote by Philip Wadler this year, who will explore a practical theory of language-integrated query based on quotation and normalisation of quoted terms.

Other talks:
- ParaForming: Forming parallel functional  programs using refactoring, by Kevin Hammond
- Build your own liSP great justice, by Bodil stokke
- Data Science using functional programming by Amanda Laucher
- Teaching an old dog new tricks: wrapping an imperative API in a Functional one, by Chris Marshall
- Railway Oriented Programming, by Scott Wlaschin
- My other operating system is a Mirage by Anil Madhavapeddy
- Quickchecking Riak, by John Hughes

*WHAT, WHEN, WHERE:
what*:The Functional Programming eXchange 2014
when: March 14th 2014
where: The Skills Matter eXchange in London
tickets: http://skillsmatter.com/event/scala/functional-programming-exchange-1819/wd-8916

MORE INFO
Find more information on the confernce program, speakers and tickets here: http://skillsmatter.com/event/scala/functional-programming-exchange-1819/wd-8916

TAGS
#datascience #data #functional-programming #paraforming #Scala #Clojure #Lisp #Haskell #Ocaml #Erlang #Fsharp #parallel-processing #riak #quickcheck #mirage #concurrency #bigdata #sql
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Heow Goodman
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Lisp in Summer Projects: Submission Continues

This is a friendly reminder that project submission for the Lisp In
Summer Projects programming competition officially ends on October
24th.

We are very pleased to have received a healthy number of submissions,
and we would like to encourage you all to continue to submit your
summer efforts.

Even if your project isn't complete you will automatically be
rewarded with a very cool T-Shirt as a token of appreciation for your
efforts and will nonetheless be eligible for a "Certificate of
Awesome". Also, please keep in mind that you can submit as many
projects as you wish.

As a reminder, to submit your project(s), complete the form in the
link below. Please read the judging criteria carefully prior to
filling out form as it provides you detailed information on how your
projects will be evaluated.

http://LispInSummerProjects.org/submit-project

Additionally, you may find the following links useful:

Judging Criteria:    http://LispInSummerProjects.org/judging-criteria
List of judges:      http://LispInSummerProjects.org/judges
Judging Dates:       http://LispInSummerProjects.org/timeline

Once again the organizers of Lisp In Summer Projects Team (
http://LispInSummerProjects.org/organizers ) would to thank you all
for your outstanding efforts this summer.

Best regards,

The Lisp In Summer Projects Organizing Team
Welcome to the project submission of Lisp in Summer Projects! I'm sure after a long summer you're eager to upload your hard work but please review the judging criteria first. The form is 3-4 pages of thoughtful text and you're encouraged to include screenshots.
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Heow Goodman
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Lisp in Summer Projects announces it's Judges and Sponsors!
LISP: Judges and Sponsorships - Queue the Heow
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About this community

LispNYC is a community devoted to the advocacy and advancement of Lisp-based functional programming technologies such as Common Lisp, Scheme and Clojure. We focus on education, outreach, regular monthly meetings, mailing lists and development projects. Monthly meetings are held every second Tuesday, are free and open to all. Providing parentheses to NYC since 2002

Didier Verna

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elsconf
#ELS2016 third speaker announced: Stephan Karpinski on… #Julia: to #Lisp or Not to #Lisp? https://t.co/3ix0Teztx7 21/01/16 10:04
Homepage for the European Lisp Symposium
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Really appreciate the generous donations to LispNYC, thank you for nurturing the things you love.  For every donation of $30 or more, you get an awesome LispNYC T-shirt!  http://lisp.nyc/support
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Didier Verna

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The next European #Lisp Symposium will be held on April 20-21, 2015, at the Goldsmiths University of London. Start writing papers NOW!
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Heow Goodman
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We thank all the participants that contributed to the  Lisp In Summer Projects Programming Competition. We are pleased to announce the Grand Prize and Second Prize winners.

The Grand Prize winner is Jonas Enlund of Finland who implemented CLJS Fiddle in the area of Software Development is awarded a $2000.00 cash prize.

CLJSFiddle is a ClojureScript playground web application similar to JSFiddle and JSBin. The application lets people write, execute, save and share ClojureScript programs without leaving their web browser.

Seven Second Prize winners are each awarded a $500 cash prize. These include Ryan Pavlik (CL-Autowrap), Dogadailo Victorovich (MetaJS), Janne Nykopp (Notewhacker), Emanuele Acri (Prolog-talk), Thomas Kristensen (Propaganda), Cong-Xin Qiu (Schemanian) and Lars Tveito (Shared Buffer)

We are also awarding a Certificate of Awesome to those exceptional projects that received a high score from our judges.
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Didier Verna

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#ELS2014 audio and video recordings are online on the program page! Thanks to Nick Levine and Éric de Gélis. #lisp http://www.european-lisp-symposium.org/
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Didier Verna

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ELS'14 DEADLINE EXTENSION: two more weeks to submit a paper to the 7th European #Lisp Symposium. Don't miss the opportunity!
http://www.european-lisp-symposium.org/
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Didier Verna

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Special focus for the next International #Lisp Conference: "Lisp on the move"... The CfP is out!
2014 is going to be a busy year for Lisp. The 7th European Lisp Symposium (Paris, May) will be followed by the International Lisp Conference (August, Montréal). ILC 2014's Call
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Heow Goodman
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It's now October and Lisp in Summer Projects is coming to a conclusion. Development is officially complete so it's pencils down for our 400+ registrants as the project submissions trickle in.  ( http://LispInSummerProjects.org/submit-project )

We'd like to thank everyone for devoting so much energy in interesting and challenging work.

Our distinguished judges ( http://LispInSummerProjects.org/judges ) will shortly be looking at the submitted projects so we can award out our substantial budget thanks to:

  * ALU
  * Genworks
  * Jane Street
  * Doublet
  * LispNYC
  * ClojureNYC

Additionally tickets and speaking engagements are to be awarded to special participants at the upcoming:

  * International Lisp Conference (Montreal)
  * Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise (Philadelphia)
  * Clojure West (Portland)
  * META - Workshop on Metacomputation (Russia)
  * Lambda Jam (Chicago)
  * European Common Lisp Meeting (Berlin)
  * Clojure Conj (Washington DC)
  * European Lisp Symposium (Paris)
  * Quasiconf (Germany)
  * Racket Con (Boston)
  * International Conference on Functional Programming (Sweden)

This wouldn't be possible without countless hours of hard work by Marc, Raymond, David, Arthur and myself.

http://LispInSummerProjects.org/organizers

http://LispInSummerProjects.org/judges

http://LispInSummerProjects.org/sponsors

http://LispInSummerProjects.org/submit-project
Welcome to the project submission of Lisp in Summer Projects! I'm sure after a long summer you're eager to upload your hard work but please review the judging criteria first. The form is 3-4 pages of thoughtful text and you're encouraged to include screenshots.
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Heow Goodman
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Statistics on the first 250 signups: http://lispinsummerprojects.org/Stats

60% are outside the USA, Clojure has a slight lead over CL, the ILC is the most popular conference and over half are under 25.


The summer is heating up!
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Jan Święcki

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Hello LispNYC! Lisp in Summer Projects signup form at http://lispinsummerprojects.org/Signup is not available via secure connection (https enrypted connection). Is it possible to make it available via https? I don't want to send my mailing address, phone number etc. over unsecured connection.
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+Heow Goodman  thank you very much:)
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