Lisp Hackers: Interviews with 100x More Productive Programmers (Vsevolod Dyomkin)

 
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Lisp Hackers: Interviews with 100x More Productive Programmers (Vsevolod Dyomkin)

This book is a compilation of 14 brief interviews with well-known people from around the world, from Australia to Canada, and from a variety of fields, ranging from low-level programmers to physicists and artists, who were asked a more-or-less similar set of questions on the following subjects:

  • their general attitude to programming
  • attitude towards and experience with Lisp
  • stories of real-world Lisp projects

Overall, this book should help readers learn new skills and become better programmers while also shedding light on why individuals use Lisp.

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