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My first Lisp conference
by Michele Simionato
May 29, 2009
Summary
A pointer to the slides I prepared for the Second European Lisp Symposium http://www.european-lisp-symposium.org/

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Once I discovered that the European Lisp Symposium was being held in Milan - just 1 km from my house - I decided that I could not miss it. I asked to partecipate as a speaker and I am attending to it now. Yesterday I gave my talk

http://www.phyast.pitt.edu/~micheles/scheme/module-system-talk/

and discussed a bit with people. Today I plan to discuss some more, especially with Marc Feeley who is in the committee for the future R7RS Scheme standard. I am really curious to know what they have in mind for the future.

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Michele Simionato started his career as a Theoretical Physicist, working in Italy, France and the U.S. He turned to programming in 2003; since then he has been working professionally as a Python developer and now he lives in Milan, Italy. Michele is well known in the Python community for his posts in the newsgroup(s), his articles and his Open Source libraries and recipes. His interests include object oriented programming, functional programming, and in general programming metodologies that enable us to manage the complexity of modern software developement.

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