I discovered that there is an (in development) implementation of the Lisp/Scheme language for the Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR). Pretty cool. I very much enjoyed the Lisp courses I followed at uni. The language looks worse than Perl but is actually quite simple once you get your head around it. As one of the primare languages in Artificial Intelligence research, it has been used for all kinds of funky research projects. One of the coolest ones in my opinion is John Koza evolving Lisp programs using Genetic Programming (GP) to solve various (mathematical) problems. Software writing cool can you get?

IronScheme can be found here.

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