[FoRK] Raspberry Pi + Qt5 + OpenGL = awesome

Gregory Alan Bolcer greg at bolcer.org
Thu Apr 11 17:18:51 PDT 2013

Lisp at the large scale software level is tough, as it's all macro-based 
and no abstraction.

When you were testing against big data sets too, you could test your 
code and it would take tens of minutes to figure out if you did 
something correctly.  If you figured you did, you could compile it which 
took 5's of minutes, and the code would run 100x faster, but if you did 
something stupid, it would crash cryptically.

One very early morning after about 8 days of straight coding, I was 
dreaming about moving blocks of parenthesized code around.  I bolted 
straight up in bed at about 4am, walked into the lab, jumped straight to 
where the code was, added a parens, and voila, it worked.


On 4/11/2013 5:08 PM, Joseph S. Barrera III wrote:

> Somehow I've never been in a job where I used LISP. Which is weird
> because I have a real fondness for LISP.

greg at bolcer.org, http://bolcer.org, c: +1.714.928.5476

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