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International Lisp Conference 2007
April 1-4 2007, Cambridge, England. Four days of talks and tutorials, four days mixing with lispers from all over the world.
3rd European Lisp Workshop
The 3rd European Lisp Workshop, co-located with ECOOP 2006, "will address the near-future role of Lisp-based languages in research, industry and education". It is supported by the Association of Lisp ...
European Common Lisp Meeting 2006
Edi Weitz and Arthur Lemmens are proud to announce the European Common Lisp Meeting 2006. The meeting will consist of a Sunday full of talks, with optional dinners on Saturday and Sunday evening. Mo...
LispNYC November 2005 meeting
Joel Spolsky of "Joel on Software" fame speaks on the next-generation of language design and why Lisp is relevant!
2nd European LISP and Scheme Workshop
This workshop, organized by Pascal Costanza, was co-located with the ECOOP (European Conference on Object Oriented Programming). The workshop lasted two days; there were more than 20 participants.
International Lisp Conference 2005
A four-day Lisp conference at Stanford University, organized by the ALU.
Ca. 45 speakers and 150 attendants.
European Common Lisp Meeting 2005
This meeting, organized by Edi Weitz and Arthur Lemmens, featured talks by Dave Fox, Espen Vestre, Luke Gorrie, Jans Aasman, Robert Strandh, Christophe Rhodes, António Menezes Leitão, Bruno Haible and...
1st European Lisp and Scheme Workshop
This workshop, organized by Pascal Costanza, was co-located with the ECOOP (European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming). There were talks by Christian Queinnec, Christophe Rhodes, Jonne Itkon...
International Lisp Conference 2003
An international Lisp conference in New York City, organized by the ALU.
Ca. 40 speakers and 100 attendants.
Japan Lisp User Group Meeting 2000
A conference hosted by the Japan Lisp User Group, featuring 16 talks. There were ca. 120 attendees. Proceedings are available at the web site.