Monday, May 19, 2008

Lisp and the Day Zero Problem

A brief diagram illustrating the in-memory rep...Image via Wikipedia

When a programmer finally gets his head around "code is data", it is best to call that day "Day Zero" and move on from there. The problem with the Lisp boys is they get stuck there -- they never make it past "Day Zero", and they never get around to coding programs to provide human value.
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