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BioLisp.org
BioLisp.org (Intelligent applications in BioComputing) is a web site that supports scientists who use Lisp for developing intelligent bioinformatics applications. It provides source code, links to rel...

Bioinformatics in Lisp, the BioBike project
A complete website with documentation, tutorials, and a Weblistener allowing you to develop and execute bioinformatics algorithms written in Lisp on a set of cyanobacterial genomes.

CL quiz
A Common Lisp programming challenge along the lines of "Perl quiz of the week" or "Ruby Quiz". Each week a new quiz is sent to a mailing list, and users can send their solutions. A summary describing ...

CLiki web site
A Wiki site with "links to and resources for free software implemented in Common Lisp and available on Unix-like systems". It is based on the Araneida Web server.

CMU Common Lisp Repository
This is some kind of ancestor of the Common Lisp Directory... The Common Lisp Repository (formerly the Lisp Utilities Repository) was established by Mark Kantrowitz in 1990 to collect files and progr...

Common Lisp Search Engine
A Google-based search engine specialized for Common Lisp resources.

Common-Lisp.net
Hosting services and resources for open-source Common Lisp development projects. It's a sort of SourceForge for Lisp.

Corman Lisp Discussion Groups
A web forum to discuss Corman Lisp.

Dynamic Learning Center
A web site that provides students and teachers with documented source code examples, exercises, tools and other resources for learning Common Lisp. It is maintained by Franz, Inc.

Enabling "foreign" callbacks into the LispWorks IDE
Explains how to "rebuild" LispWorks for Windows in such a way that threads which weren't created by Lisp can call back into Lisp.

Functional Jobs
Functional Jobs is a job board for functional programming languages. It has a number of up-to-date open positions involving Lisp.

Infornography - Gene Michael Stover's web site
Large collection of computing articles by Gene Michael Stover, many of which about learning and using Common Lisp.

Lisp and Web Development
A web site with a collection of essays on why or why not use Lisp for web development, and what Lisp needs to "come from behind in the web application development language race".

LispCast
An episodic series of screencasts of Common Lisp software development. Their aim is to educate and serve as a locus of discussion. Mainly for the beginner, these videos may also be of interest to th...

LispUser.net
, Lisp LjD9O Lisp աk9 Lisp n_ n软20+ docutils ggMf~Wf Python  Perl Ϳ~V9agYL Lisp n1WfD~Y ;;cl-user.net isn't taking UTF-8 yet :( This site was built for Japan...

LispWire News
A repository for interesting Common Lisp software, with the goals of sharing the tools developed over decades of research in advanced fields such as Artificial Intelligence, and demostrating the power...

Lispjobs
A web site that gives an overview of Lisp jobs. Created by Will Fitzgerald in October 2005.

McCLIM CLiki
Wiki site for the McCLIM CLIM implementation. It runs the CLiki software.

On Lisp html document
browsable version of Paul Graham's On Lisp

Performance
A web site with information and links to papers and resources on Lisp performance issues and profiling, particularly Common Lisp.

Planet CLiki
RSS feed aggregator site for Lisp-related data and information feeds, such as CLiki change logs. A.k.a. "Planet Lisp - CLiki Edition". It is part of Planet Lisp.

SBCL on boinkor.net
A site that provides services and resources for SBCL developers and users: automatically updated benchmark data on various versions of SBCL, documentation, and an Arch repository for the source tree.

The Lisp Dictionary
Lispdoc is a search engine for Lisp documentation. Currently indexed are: The HyperSpec, PCL, Successful Lisp, and SBCL's documentation strings. Example code is taken from PAIP and PCL. Basic sear...

Using ASDF with Corman Common Lisp
These are instructions on how to make ASDF work with Corman Common Lisp (or rather vice versa).

cmucl and multiprocessing
An introduction to the CMUCL multiprocessing facilities. It documents the external symbols of the MP package and provides links to additional resources.

lisp.no
A Norwegian wiki about Common Lisp.