My presentation on LISP has been given to the Melbourne Patterns Group, and if there is a big enough interest I will post the slides, however the slides don’t really stand alone as I don’t put what I am saying on slides, I just use them to illustrate my points. Something I learned from Presentation Zen, which I blogged about earlier.
A special thank you to Bill Birch who answered questions on LISP and showed his Genyris dialect of LISP, and to Henry Guillaume for providing me some Emacs LISP code he wrote back in the day, which incidentally is still in Emacs today.
One attendee said: “?first really interesting user group meeting I’ve been to this year”
Today I am giving the same presentation as a brown bag to the developers at work, in the hope that they look further into LISP.