Programming in Lisp

In Bangalore

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Typology Training
Location Bangalore
Class hours 40h
  • Training
  • Bangalore
  • 40h

Lisper - This is a 3 day hands-on session aimed at welcoming you to the world of Functional Programming and quickly getting you started with Lisp. It also gives you an overview of the advanced topics in Lisp. Lisperati - This is a 5 day hands-on session that discusses all the topics covered in Lisper, plus takes a deep plunge into the advanced topics.
Suitable for: Computer Science Students & Experienced Programmers alike.


Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Available at our facility & on-site, 560078, Karnataka, India
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Starts On request
Available at our facility & on-site, 560078, Karnataka, India
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Teachers and trainers (1)

Vivek Shangari
Vivek Shangari
Chief Geek

Vivek Shangari is a hard-core hacker, if there was one. He always thinks programs, and holds a piece of code in his head all the time. He plays with few programming languages, but his forte is Lisp. His Lisp series of articles gets featured in various computer magazines on a regular basis.

Course programme

Lisp has been hailed as the world's most powerful programming language. But only a few programmers use it because of its cryptic syntax and reputation for being appropriate for only those in academia or for Artificial Intelligence (AI) programming. This is rather unfortunate, since Lisp isn't hard to grasp. With Lisp, you get the functional programming edge.
Currently, only the top percentile of programmers use Lisp; so if you want to be among the créme de la créme, we are the right people to contact.
Any language that obeys the central principles of Lisp is considered a Lisp dialect. However, the vast majority of the Lisp community uses two Lisps: ANSI Common Lisp (often abbreviated CL) and Scheme. At codeCraft, we are crazy about the ANSI Common Lisp dialect, the slightly more popular of the two. You have two programmes to choose from on ANSI Common Lisp - Lisper & Lisperati.
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