Lispers of all dialects!
Tomorrow CEST-morning the European Lisp Symposium ELS2021 finally starts.
Exciting schedule all day long, ending with a panel discussion on implementations of ANSI Common Lisp 🤩
Join us online with any of the options listed: https://european-lisp-symposium.org/2021
The ELS2021 programme is out! I am VERY excited about
⭐ Nada Amin's keynote
"Staged Relational Interpreters: Running Backwards, Faster" ⭐
including logic programming, miniKanren, compilers from interpreters, and only good stuff!
Excerpt from the abstract:
> Bringing multi-stage programming to relational programming, we derive a relational compiler from the relational interpreter.
Full abstract on the symposium's website: https://european-lisp-symposium.org/2021/index.html#highlights
😃 online-lisp-meet coming up:
next Wednesday the 26th at 13CEST with
⭐ Hayley Patton's "Techniques and Utilities for Farming Objects On The Net", about concurrent, distributed systems in common-lisp
47 minutes till the 6th online-lisp-meet with:
⭐️Jan Moringen about the new McCLIM inspector
⭐️ Hayley Patton about Netfarm, a distributed trustless object system
All the details:
Thanks to @phoe for organising! 🎉🦎
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