This is my collection of notes on my Common Lisp Journey. I have been programming for over 20 years, and Lisp (in the form of AutoCAD Lisp) was one of the first programming languages I learnt. Lisp has always held fascination for me. Currently, my focus is to lear enough Lisp for my personal projects. One aspects of Common Lisp that appeals to me its stability.
This site is built using neuron, a Zettelkasten organization tool. My intention is to write small “slip cards” (zettelkasten means slip cards in German), and then file them away here. Over time, I expect it all to “come together”, as the zettelkasten system promises.