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re: For really big projects (medium-sized for teams, but I tend to write everything myself) I prefer to not use C either. For web-based stuff, I mostly...

Well I'm not familiar with either, I've done a Hello World in Python and that's about it.

I do like React but it's, as you say, a matter of taste.
I'll be sure to add both your sugestions to the "To Learn" queue, if you say they save time then it's worth the time to learn about them.

I feel more confortable going with React on this project because I'm more familiar and agile with Javascript.

Thanks for sharing! For learning purposes what would you consider to be good introduction guides to Lisp / Racket and can you provide links?

For learning purposes what would you consider to be good introduction guides to Lisp / Racket and can you provide links?

  1. Common Lisp: The book "Land of Lisp" and the venerable Practical Common Lisp.
  2. Racket: The "Getting Started" guide from the website is really good. (There's also "Realm of Racket", another book.)

Both are different Lisps, but you might like both... :-) (seriously, start with Racket.)

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