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one can also ask the question whether its you that want to continue coding in java, because you think in java, or because you want to avoid learning something new. But yeah, if the customer don't grasp Lisp, you are pretty much settled with java.



If one were to ask me that question I would respond by saying that I have been programming in Common Lisp for many years and would gladly switch to any lisp, especially Clojure, if it made sense for our business.

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