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Director of Engineering at Franz, Inc.
Paolo Amoroso lives in Milano, Italy, where he currently works in astronomy popularization for the Hoepli planetarium, the largest in the country, and for University of Milano's School of Physics, His...
Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca, Milan, Italy.
JACLH (Just Another Common Lisp Hacker) and software consultant. Made several Common Lisp utilities and made UnCommon Web, a web application framework.
Creator of CLiki, ASDF, ASDF-INSTALL, and one of the SBCL developers, amongst other things.
The author and main administrator of this web site. Also an electronics and software engineer using Common Lisp to design high performance systems.
I'm a twentysomething Scheme hacker living in sunny Spain. I foray to Common Lisp now and then.
A student of computer science and mathematics at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, and, more relevantly, the author of Objective-CL, a portable CL/Objective-C bridge, as well as various complete...
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.
Common Lisp programmer with a collection of code in Common Lisp and Emacs Lisp.
Author of Emacs Common Lisp.
Willem is the Dutch guy behind CLPython.
Thomas F. Burdick
Developer of Common Lisp GTK-Server Wrapper
Creator of Corman Lisp.
Chief Technology Officer at RavenPack.
Lead developer in Common Lisp.
Drew Crampsie is a web developer + member/owner + Director at the Tech Co-op.
Lisp Developer currently working for Ravenpack International S.L. in Marbella, Spain.
papers and programs in lisp for symbolic mathematical computation and other tasks.
Frode V. Fjeld
A director of LispWorks Ltd.
Andreas Fuchs is the author of a few Lisp libraries, some of which have to do with burning CPU power on otherwise-idle machines.
Richard P. Gabriel
Very curious about Lisp in general.
Enthusiast Lisp Programmer.
Juan José García-Ripoll
In the free time, maintainer of the Common Lisp implementation ECL. Otherwise, quantum physicist at various research institutions.
Using Lisp for Product Lifecycle Management (PLM/PDM) applications. See http://www.consequor.de.
A SLIME hacker.
One of the creators (and still an active developer) of GNU CLISP.
Electrical engineering student from Oulu, Finland.
Programmer and independent Lisp consultant.
Twentysomething Lisp apprentice living in rainy Gothenburg.
physicist, programmer from Goettingen/Germany.
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.
António Menezes Leitão
A Common Lisp programmer/consultant, living in Amsterdam. Co-organizer of the European Common Lisp Meetings in 2005 and 2006. An administrator of this site.
I work in the telecom sector.
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 FemLisp.
Author of "Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence Programming: Case Studies in Common Lisp". Director of Research at Google.
Humberto Ortiz Zuazaga
A common lisp gardener, PhD student, and Programmer-Archaeologist.
Lisp contracter/consultant in the Salt Lake City, UT, USA area.
John Pallister is a Lisp programmer in Wellington, New Zealand. His current main interest is in bolting Corman Lisp onto the Torque Game Engine.
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...
Lisp Dev from Mumbai, India.
Developer at Franz Inc. Maintainer of the base lisp of Allegro CL. Ports Allegro CL to new platforms. Member of ALU Board of Directors.
SBCL and McCLIM developer.
Sean Ross used to live in Johannesburg, South Africa but recently moved to
London where he works in Ruby and Java to pay for playing with CL.
I can be contacted at sross <at> common-lisp <dot> net
Jochen Schmidt is an author and software developer.
Author of Practical Common Lisp and chief monkey at Gigamonkeys Consulting.
An SBCL developer; one of the founders of common-lisp.net.
Senior programmer 25 Year of work on programming and usage of lisp. Project manager for italian company Freelance, hack 3600 lispmachine with reverse code around of bytecode and resume code of first ...
Guy L. Steele Jr.
Programming language researcher. Author of "Common Lisp the Language". Co-creator of Scheme. Etcetera.
Robert Strandh has been a teacher/researcher at the university of Bordeaux in France for nearly 18 years, where he is now a full professor.
A dutch guy living in Sweden, dabbling a bit with Lisp.
Author of cl-kanren-trs
Associate Professor Composition/Theory,
School of Music,
University of Illinois
Creator of Cells, Cello and The Road To Lisp.
Sven Van Caekenberghe
Peter Van Eynde
I'm a CL hacker at heart, but working as a unix/security SE at the moment. I also package CL libraries and implementations for Debian.
Assistant Professor at EPITA (French computer science private university), organizer of the European Lisp Workshop, member of the European Lisp Symposium steering committee, XEmacs maintainer and part...
A Common Lisp programmer/consultant, living in Hamburg. Co-organizer of the European Common Lisp Meetings 2005, 2006, and 2008. An administrator of this site.
Raymond de Lacaze