Hi to everyone, I'm started the course few days ago and I saw the first and second video lectures. I have de SICP book just arrived from amazon in my hands right now! I hope to learn a lot about Lisp. One of my objectives is build a Lisp interpreter in Ruby.
MIT 6.001 Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, Spring 2005
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I'm currently going through the course also. I'm on video lecture 1B and chapter 1.3 in the book. I am looking for people to study practice problems with so if you're interested let me know.
Yes I'm interested, I'm looking for people to study with too! (and for practice my english that it is not very good ;-)
I'm reading section 1.2.1 and doing the exercise 1.3 at the moment. You are reading the "Formulating Abstractions with Higher-Order Procedures" section, isn't it? I have SICP 2nd edition.
I'm working on a Linux SO, and I'm starting to use emacs.
Is the "rb" part of your name because of Ruby programming language? XD
hey guys. I just received the book as well and watched the first video lecture. Will be working through the relevant book materials this evening. We should definitely keep in touch for study assistance down the road.
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Hi methods, I agree with you, keep in touch :-)
Hi everyone. I also keep re-reading the book even the first chapter. Please post something useful if you find your own interpretation of the SICP book. this book really makes me feel dumb. I'm on my way finding my recursive way.