[Haskell-cafe] beginners list for common lisp?

Carter Schonwald carter.schonwald at gmail.com
Sat Nov 2 16:26:17 UTC 2013

I'll second racket.  Few languages have such great IDE support out of the
box as racket. The devs are great pl researchers who also care about

On Saturday, November 2, 2013, Christopher Done wrote:

> > for a Lisp list that is very newbie friendly.
> Not sure I'd go to Common Lisp. Try Clojure or Racket.
> On 2 November 2013 09:50, Christopher Howard <
> christopher.howard at frigidcode.com <javascript:_e({}, 'cvml',
> 'christopher.howard at frigidcode.com');>> wrote:
>> Does anybody know if there is something like a Common Lisp version of the
>> Haskell Beginner's mailing list? Haskell's great, of course, but I've also
>> been picking up Lisp, and I'm looking for a Lisp list that is very newbie
>> friendly.
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