@njoseph_1 I've tried starting #Racket a couple of times because it is pretty minimal, and unlike #CommonLisp, it has less to wrap the head around (and the latter I've tried starting with around half dozen times).
People writing games and device drivers using it proves its worth. But everytime I've stopped because I see a more shinier language. (It's Rust these days)
It's good to see a Lisper here.
@tushartyagi Well, to be honest, this is my third attempt at learning Racket/Guile/Scheme. This time I spent enough time on it to be able to write simple scripts.
It feels a bit more verbose than Clojure, but I couldn't find a good scripting alternative in Clojure (other than the incomplete Joker lang).
I want to try GUI programming in Racket next week.