International Lisp Conference 2009
Lisp has been supporting the world's most complex applications since it was created, 50 years ago. Where will Lisp go in the next 50 years? What's unique about it? How can we join together to make it ...
LispNYC May 2006 Meeting - Peter Seibel
Peter Seibel presents: "Practical Common Lisp"
LispNYC November 2005 meeting
Joel Spolsky of "Joel on Software" fame speaks on the next-generation of language design and why Lisp is relevant!
International Lisp Conference 2005
A four-day Lisp conference at Stanford University, organized by the ALU. Ca. 45 speakers and 150 attendants.
International Lisp Conference 2003
An international Lisp conference in New York City, organized by the ALU. Ca. 40 speakers and 100 attendants.