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On Lisp -> Clojure (Chapter 2 – redux)

Oct 2, 2008 one comment

Posts in this series: ch. 2, ch. 2 redux, ch. 3, ch. 4, ch. 5 ; It seems that my first two chapters were well received, and garnered some positive comments and constructive criticisms (except for the commenter who talked about viagra and offshore betting). The main point made by readers was that my code […]

On Lisp -> Clojure (Chapter 3)

Sep 30, 2008 one comment

; As always, I will post when the code is “complete”, but my progress can be followed on Github. Posts in this series: ch. 2, ch. 2 redux, ch. 3, ch. 4, ch. 5 ; Chapter 3 was a relatively short chapter (code-wise). It dealt mostly with side-effects and the virtues of a more functional […]

Moleskine Notes for Sept. 2008

Sep 30, 2008

DSL Language describing a scanner Language to create Word of Dog parser Goals for 2009 Emacs proficiency Read at least one Jane Austen novel Polyglot projects? 1802 emulator Maze generator WFE Elite Trader dnd Testing Haikeeba 3 import fogus.haikeeba.core._ val mv = Move.construct().from('d',2).to('d',4).build() mv.getFrom() == 51 mv.getTo() == 35 Ix Features? Traits (because sometimes inheritence […]

On Lisp -> Clojure (chapter 2)

Sep 26, 2008 some comments

Inspired by Stuart Holloway‘s excellent series porting Practical Common Lisp to Clojure and Ola Bini‘s bad-ass port of Paradigm’s of Artificial Intelligence to Ruby. I have started my own quest to port Paul Graham‘s On Lisp to Clojure. Posts in this series: ch. 2, ch. 2 redux, ch. 3, ch. 4, ch. 5 I have […]

A Language for Representing Artistic Connections

Sep 15, 2008 some comments

For the past 10 years or so, I have attempted to keep track of the way in which my tastes in art (i.e. literature, music, film, etc..) are influenced. I initially started off doing this in the Dot language, but quickly found this to be untenable. I have considered migrating my current stack of thousands […]

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