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hjozwiak00:06:16

Digging the Pixel 2 XL.

sova-soars-the-sora09:06:47

Discovery! (= (* 191 7) 1337) is true.

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bronsa13:06:21

is freenode down for anybody?

mpenet13:06:20

all good here

bronsa13:06:09

hmm, was just my emacs being weird apparently

hjozwiak18:06:17

I should write a command line Discord chat program, given that to you why isn't Billy accessible to blind people yet. It's gotten better since I first tried it, but it still has some ways to go.

drewverlee18:06:25

Going on a short vacation with a long airplane ride. Any software books you would recommend?

dpsutton18:06:40

paip is always fun

eggsyntax18:06:42

Elements of Clojure if you haven't read it. I'm also really enjoying Type-Driven Development with Idris at the moment, but def needs an Idris REPL on hand while you read.

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dpsutton18:06:37

the pattern matching papers and core.match source code. cgrands https://github.com/cgrand/seqexp

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dpsutton18:06:53

ztellman's automat lib

eggsyntax18:06:53

Ellen Ullman's The Bug if you want some good fiction, but still want it to be programming related 😉

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dpsutton18:06:06

programmers at work

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dpsutton18:06:22

dnolen has a continuations lib and some papers it's based off of.

dpsutton18:06:36

core.logic and will byrd's phd thesis about minikanren

drewverlee18:06:16

Thanks ill jot these down

eggsyntax19:06:00

On Lisp for a look at the true breadth of what macros are capable of -- but again you'd want a CL REPL on hand. I've got one on my phone, so even if you don't want to bring a laptop you could do it...

john19:06:45

Mostly related to AI/ALife

sveri19:06:06

its about complexity in software systems

hiredman21:06:38

Lisp In Small Pieces is very expensive, but very good if you are interested in the possible design choices creating a lisp

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