lithos wrote:I turned 22 a few days ago
I started learning Lisp because some quotes or another said I'd have a near godly revelation in time and would end up a better programmer for it I had a few interesting sparks where I saw you didn't "need" to do things that have to be done so much they're habit(XML, design patterns, and needing to write SOO much code before you can actually test it) and got to have some fun parts where I got to compare logic.
Then I got bored with it because it's was annoying to use lisp outside of the lisp environment(want to use a GUI sort through abandon-ware and hope you're using the right flavor of lisp, want to use it as your web language you get 'moar' reasons to moan).
Now I'm back because the next project I want to work on will require A LOT of scripting, and I just don't have the patience for lots of scripting.
Jasper wrote:And we're not communicative enough it seems.
gugamilare wrote:Jasper wrote:And we're not communicative enough it seems.
Well, I agree. But that is what this forum is for, isn't it? Unfortunately, this forum can't speak for all Lispers. One think that I miss is more collaborative projects like elephant or weblocks. I think we, users of this forum, could and should do some Lisp project as a group. Not sure what, though.
Jonsul wrote:Agreed! All us young ones
Had an idea a while back to mix emacs+slime and standard IDE features with an original gui so that there would be less of an emacs barrier. Was waiting till I'm done with my current project though till I tackled that.
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