European Common Lisp Meeting videos
Luke Gorrie, founder and CTO of Teclo Networks describes the history of his company, the problems they are trying to solve, and how Lisp helps them
Zach Beane, creator of Quicklisp package manager describes the history of the project, its implementation and social effects
Pierre-Yves Baccou, the author of zen — a pretty small and hackable X server, implemented in Common Lisp — shares his take-aways from the project
Dave Cooper announces the Stichting Common Lisp Foundation, founded before the conference to support Common Lisp common good activities like ECLM.
Vsevolod Dyomkin shares his experiences of using Clojure Lisp dialect.
Hans Hübner, the maintainer of Hunchentoot and common-lisp.net, talks about good programming style and, particularly, good Common Lisp style.