23 May 1997 09:51:40 +0200
10 years of Lisp experience. Lots of experience with implementing
Lisp interpreters and compilers. Started hacking Lisp real
soon. (It was the first programming language I learned beyond
assembler and BASIC.) Also some experience with Prolog;
implemented a nice interpreter for it. In deep knowledge of the X
protocol and its implementation; ported X11 to my poor XENIX
system, just before Linux was available. Hacked CLX implementation
in C for CLISP. Recently gathered some experience with coding a 3D
engine suitable for games.
Special areas of interest:
Compilers and language design, theorem provers, GC, GUI.
Areas prepared to work on:
CLIM, compiler, IDE; (Not: persistence). Anything involving
hacking; no fear of hacking low level stuff.
Level of commitment:
Depends; Some weeks I would be able to work full time for this
project, some weeks nothing at all. (when there are exams)