Practical Common Lisp

I’m actually not a big LISP guy – I tend to be one of those people annoyed by the lisp’ers all complaining that they had all the (*^(*^ of whatever current language is popular 20 years ago. But the interview at IT Conversations on Practical Common Lisp was really interesting. Peter Siebel wrote a book on LISP, which spurred the interview, and seems to have a very level headed view of the language and how you can take advantage of the various tools and pieces.

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Joe has broad software engineering development and management experience, from startups to large companies. Joe works on projects ranging from mobile to multi-cloud distributed systems, has set up and led engineering teams and processes, as well as managing and running services. Joe also contributes and collaborates with a wide variety of open source projects, and writes online at

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