Do You Know Where Lisp Is Used Nowadays?

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  • Riemann

    A network event stream processing system, in Clojure.

    Riemann is a tool for distributed system monitoring. It aggregates events from user servers and applications, combines them into a stream and transmits them for further processing or storage. Greater flexibility and fault-tolerance make Riemann different from other similar systems. Moreover, it’s written in Clojure almost completely. The code is available on GitHub and is distributed under Eclipse Public License 1.0.

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    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • awesome-clojure

    A curated list of awesome Clojure libraries and resources. Inspired by awesome-... stuff

  • awesome-cl-software

    List of awesome application software built with Common Lisp

  • awesome-racket-and-scheme

    awesome racket and scheme project

  • awesome-racket

    A curated list of awesome Racket frameworks, libraries and software, maintained by Community

  • GNU Emacs

    Mirror of GNU Emacs

    GNU Emacs is the text editor developed by Richard Stallman in 1984, it’s the first program of the GNU project and a participant in the everlasting fight for “The Best Text Editor” title. It’s written mostly in its own Lisp dialect, Emacs Lisp, which is also used to write Emacs configs and extensions. Though this dialect can be used as a general-purpose scripting language, it is still tailored to the development of a text editor. For instance, Emacs Lisp has a rich library to work with text files.

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