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Howdy! I am currently looking for some quality courses online on LISP. Can anyone share their best finds? I rather have a personal recommendation.

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    Dunno about courses. UT probably has something you can audit online during coronatime.

    Should probably start with ANSI Common Lisp and work out from there experimentally. Might be worth playing with emacs lisp for some practical integration flavor as well.

    http://www.paulgraham.com/acl.html
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    You could do a lot worse than go through SICP: https://mitpress.mit.edu/sites/...
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    @halfflat
    SICP isn't intro material though. It's also meant to be taught at MIT, with fill in the blanks from graduate TAs.
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    @SortOfTested I don't think it's so inaccessible: the book starts off gently, and the associated web site does have annotated exercises designed for self study (which I haven't looked at, admittedly).
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    @halfflat Thanks, bud, I am looking for video courses for a specific reason but still valuable. I think I have to be a little more specific.
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