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> blog year 2007
Tue, 18 Dec 2007 13:29:26 A Common Lisp web startup test-case, two years after the Reddit switch Memories, memories... Just a little bit longer than two years ago I had a plan to show that Common Lisp web programming wasn't such a disaster as the Reddit guys made it out to be. Never would I have imagined I'd be a paid Common Lisp web programmer working on a social networking site myself, two years later. < ... > twenty-five comments


Mon, 05 Nov 2007 04:51:25 Eval assembly Related to the last post, it was good for Armish (my arm assembler) to see some use. Fortunately the mnemonic to opcode encoding went flawless till now, that's such a drag to debug. But it got clear quite fast that it needed some variable support. So now expressions surrounded by emit-asm escape symbols that are not assembler related: < ... > zero comments


Sun, 04 Nov 2007 10:53:01 All the clich├ęs apply Just finished some assembly string writing code and some skeleton setup routines for the Nintendo DS compiler, to get a bit into the assembly groove. It turned out to be both more easy and harder than I expected. < ... > three comments


Mon, 22 Oct 2007 06:22:32 Nazi's chased away from Eskilstuna square by teenagers Made an article for a paper i'm gonna write for. They probably won't use it. It's not really news in Sweden, and i'm not at all satisfied with it, but it was damn fun to be where the action was. Charges back and forth between nazi's and counter demonstrators, the healty amount of youngins that gathered and made fun of the nazi's. The wit of these youngins: "I will take that paper of yours and put it in your mamma's arse." It all sort of gets lost in these formal news writings: < ... > five comments


Mon, 22 Oct 2007 05:37:32 Keep 'em coming Ah, yet another braid for my zeno paradox collection. From a usenet post: < ... > two comments


Wed, 10 Oct 2007 19:32:52 Compiler dump It took a while, but finally I got working on my little Nintendo DS lisp dialect. At the end of the summer I read through all but the last few chapters of the excellent Lisp in Small Pieces and the Scheme compiling chapters of PAIP. Then I made the mistake of coding with the PAIP stuff still fresh in my mind. I ended up with the part which compiles lisp expressions to intermediate representation/pseudo opcode looking to much like the one in the aforementioned book. < ... > ten comments


Mon, 01 Oct 2007 19:34:13 Swallowed by the beast An update about me is in order perhaps. I know you guys and gals are updating this site daily, so it's only fair. Basically i've quit the bread smearing business. I dunno, it gets boring after a while. I met this guy building his site on Common Lisp (yes at a Lisp meeting, you don't meet these guys in the wild you know), and after some mailing back and fro, some meetings, some programming and some magic handwaving I now work for him. < ... > zero comments


Wed, 27 Jun 2007 18:30:26 Benelux Lisp Meeting There's a BeNeLux lisp meeting next sunday, in the Hague, the Netherlands. From the newsgroup post that flew by a few weeks ago: < ... > five comments


Fri, 22 Jun 2007 10:02:21 The swan-song of a would-be lisper or A working class hero was something to be There's not a friend in sight that doesn't know i like lisp programming. Most of those didn't really know what a programmer does exactly from the outset, but if i noticed that, i just shoved the two concepts in at the same time. By force. Time after time. < ... > eleven comments


Tue, 20 Mar 2007 14:37:24 snooze button This morning my alarm went off (at freakn 3 o'clock in the morning). I wanted to sleep a few minutes more, but it seemed to much trouble. I was convinced i had to recompile my snooze button if i'd have any chance of getting to work on time. < ... > three comments


Sun, 11 Mar 2007 11:50:24 For your assembling pleasure Finished writing and packing up the code for an Arm assembler and a Nintendo DS rom creator package, respectively called Armish and Liards. < ... > zero comments


Fri, 02 Mar 2007 10:26:05 projects Some projects i've been working on and which might be of use: < ... > four comments


Sun, 07 Jan 2007 16:55:55 They exist for real! On saturday I went to the first meeting of Stockholm Lispers! There were four of us drinking coffee and talking Lisp. I struggled through the whole thing in Swedish which proves that, contrary to popular belief, Lispers are among the most patient and generous of people. < ... > three comments


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