I’m Jesse Alama. I’ve been hacking Scheme and Lisp since 1996. And I love building web sites. I’m a full-stack developer by day. And by night, too. I write about these topics over at lisp.sh. I made the Argo (JSON Schema validator), json-pointer (a notation for referring to JSON data), and uri-template (RFC 6570) Racket packages. I'm the author of the entry on the lambda calculus in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy and have worked as a researcher in mathematics and computer science, primarily in automated theorem proving.
In my view, Lisp has a lot of potential for shaping how we develop for the web. The flexibility and power of Lisp is well-suited to taking on the web’s thorny problems.
I’m happy to share with you what I’ve learned so far about making web sites using Racket, a truly world-class Lisp.
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