in reply to Re^2: TMTOWTDI... and most of them are wrong
in thread TMTOWTDI... and most of them are wrong

Note that we have very little evidence that Paul Graham is a decent programmer.
What about his book on advanced lisp techniques? It's pretty much the lispers bible about macro usage. Or how about his ANSI Common Lisp book. Don't those count as considerable contributions?

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Re^4: TMTOWTDI... (On Lisp, anyone?)
by perrin (Chancellor) on Jul 01, 2005 at 18:34 UTC
    Good point. I'd count that as evidence enough then. I'm not sure his team programming strategy (hire a few of your closest friends from college who already use the same style as you) will work for all companies, but it's a good approach when you have the option.