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- sjl’s road to Lisp
- Martin Cracauer’s Gentle Introduction to compile-time computing - excellent article series
- https://www.darkchestnut.com/ - he encountered deployment obstacles, wrote a book and blogs about it.
- Malisper’s series on debugging
- Little Bits of Lisp - short videos on various topics: inspecting a condition, basics of lisp’s evaluation model,…
- Common Lisp Tutorials, of which Emacs and Slime - useful keyboard shortcuts
- Programming a message bus in Common Lisp - shows the interactive nature of lisp, good use of the debugger, test-driven development to shape the api, bordeaux-threads.
- Marco Baringer’s SLIME Tutorial Video - a video showing Marco develop a package and explaining Slime and Lisp features, with many little important explanations (1 hour). It only has some rotten bits, for example it installs packages with asdf-install and not Quicklisp.
- Interactively fixing failing tests - very short video to showcase the interactive debugger and that we can re-compile a failing function and resume the execution from where it failed to see it finally pass.
- Web development in Emacs with Common Lisp and ClojureSCript - building Potato, a Slack-like app.
- Shinmera playlists: Treehouse (game dev), Demos (of small programs).
- Pushing pixels with Lisp, and by the same author:
Common Lisp Study Group (long videos)
and more on Cliki.
- Spycursion - “a sandbox “edutainment” MMO centered around hacking and espionage which takes place in a near-future world”.
http://www.sebity.com/projects.php (Snake, the Invaders,… with OpenGL)
cl-snake snake in the terminal
Fruktorama, Tetris-like with fruits.