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Director of Engineering at Franz, Inc.
The author and main administrator of this web site. Also an electronics and software engineer using Common Lisp to design high performance systems.
CS instructor at the College of Charleston in Charleston, SC. Long-time Lisp user and developer. Architect and manager of the CLforJava project at the College of Charleston.
Creator of Corman Lisp.
Richard P. Gabriel
Author of some Common Lisp libraries in the early nineties. He also established the CMU Artificial Intelligence Repository.
unClog is Gary King's technical weblog.
A programmer in New York City.
Yale computer science professor, author of some Lisp libraries.
Chief technology officer, Fox River Partners, and longtime Common Lisp programmer.
Works at SRI International as a computer scientist, though fancies himself as more of a lisp hacker.
Author of "Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence Programming: Case Studies in Common Lisp". Director of Research at Google.
Lisp contracter/consultant in the Salt Lake City, UT, USA area.
Project editor for the ANSI standard and creator of the HyperSpec, among other things.
Technology Manager for Dunlap & Partners Engineers located in Richmond, VA. USA. As well as managing everything IT related, Lispworks and Autolisp programmer.
Founder, President and Senior Consultant of Chatsubo.net LLC, a small IT firm headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Currently developing Lisp based application software for multimedia editing and publ...
Developer at Franz Inc. Maintainer of the base lisp of Allegro CL. Ports Allegro CL to new platforms. Member of ALU Board of Directors.
Author of Practical Common Lisp and chief monkey at Gigamonkeys Consulting.
Guy L. Steele Jr.
Programming language researcher. Author of "Common Lisp the Language". Co-creator of Scheme. Etcetera.
Author of cl-kanren-trs
Associate Professor Composition/Theory,
School of Music,
University of Illinois
Creator of Cells, Cello and The Road To Lisp.
Raymond de Lacaze