Last month I was in Brussels with @qmacro for FOSDEM 2014. At the time I was working on a little side project: Gisp, a Lisp to Go compiler. On the Sunday I decided it was time to present Gisp to the world, so I gave a lightning talk in the Go room.
In the talk I showcase the generated Go code Gisp produces for some simple Lisp programs, as well as the Go AST generating REPL that's included in Gisp. Also great thanks to Andrew Gerrand and Brad Fitzpatrick for organizing the Go dev-room at this year's FOSDEM!
I'm up first in the video, but the other talks are definitely worth while too.
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