Scheme in 33 Miniatures

This weekend I was trying to wake my old brain up by looking and the clever and mind-bending problems from my graduate school. I have really gotten excited about Madhur Tulsi‘s Mathematical Toolkit class — as a “data scientist”/”machine learning engineer” (I sometimes wonder what these designations mean — heck I just am grateful to have been able […]

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Clojure and Lisp

I suspect that Clojure, event though acknowledge to be the latest incarnation of the common lisp family of languages, is less powerful than Common Lisp. I suspect that this has a lot to do with macro processing, the fact that it is a JVM language. Is it worth pursuing to any degree? How would one […]

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