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   LISP + XML [was Re: XML-Conformant Programming Languages]

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  • From: terje@in-progress.com (Terje Norderhaug)
  • To: xml-dev@ic.ac.uk
  • Date: Thu, 6 May 1999 14:11:53 -0700

At 11:01 AM 5/6/99, Lars Marius Garshol wrote:
>* Steve Oldmeadow
>| To quote the Tao Te Ching "He who understands does not preach, he
>| who preaches does not understand" ;) Seriously though, I would love
>| to learn LISP and FORTH unfortunately time is limited and there
>| isn't much demand where I am for LISP and FORTH programmers.
>However, there is demand for good programmers, and for that reason
>alone it is well worth your while to learn Lisp. (Certainly, it was
>worth mine.) [...] Oh, and you can earn a living writing Common Lisp.

My company is very interested in people that are savvy both in LISP and XML.

We develop commercial XML and web software, included the Emile XML editor,
the XPublish XML based website publishing system, the Cascade CSS style
sheets editor, and the Interaction web server companion that uses
server-side XML for dynamic, personalized websites. All implemented in ANSI
Common LISP during the past four years (we supported extensible markup
before XML was a term).

Those that qualify and are interested in being on our list of candidates
for positions are welcome to let me know by sending a resumee. In addition,
we have an internship position for summer/fall available for students or
recent graduates that have working knowledge of XML and LISP.

We are also interested in people and companies that have the required
competence to use Common LISP for customizing our XML software solutions
for local customers and specific markets.

Media Design in*Progress is located in San Diego, California.

-- Terje Norderhaug <terje@in-progress.com>

President & Chief Technologist
Media Design in*Progress
San Diego, California

Software for Mac Web Professionals at <http://www.in-progress.com>

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