Videos featuring software
- RLX roguelike engine videos
- Lisp Machine Videos, presented by Rainer Joswig
- an example of coding a Domain Specific Language, presented by Rainer Joswig
- an introduction to ucw, narrated by Marco Baringer. hello-world.mov - hello-world.torrent
- using SLIME, narrated by Marco Baringer. (which receives a "Totally brilliant!!" rating from Luke Gorrie) slime.torrent (broken link) - slime.mov (seems to be working today) - slime.torrent (a non-broken link to a broken torrent)
- Another SLIME video, this one by Yusuke Shinyama.
- Video about HTTP stuff and the Web by Sven Van Caekenberghe: Episode 1: HTTP Client and Server
- Video tutorial: writing a webapp in 100 lines of code using the KPAX framework by Sven Van Caekenberghe: Episode 2: A reddit-alike in 100 lines of elegant code
- LispCast: An episodic screencast of Common Lisp programming.
- Writing a simple raytracer in Common Lisp: Alexander Lehmann's tutorials
TC Lispers Channel -- Vimeo channel featuring videos made at TC Lispers meetings:
- Meet the Macro by Patrick Stein
- Lisp and Scheme by Grant Rettke
- Hygenic Macros by Grant Rettke
- Introduction to SLIME by Matthew Swank
- ASDF by Robert Goldman
- Factor by Doug Coleman
- Sheeple by Josh Marchand
- Lisp GUI Discussion
- Weblocks by Patrick Stein
- Hunchentoot by Paul Krueger
- CL-Growl by Patrick Stein
- Cocoa Lisp Controller by Paul Krueger
- Teaching Introductory Programming in Lisp by Daniel Feldman
- ASDF2 by Robert Goldman
- Video Lectures of the MIT course Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs are available here
- hyper-cliki also has a few audio/video links http://lisp.tech.coop/AudioVideo - Broken
- Video lectures of Pascal Costanza covering Generic Functions, CLOS, and the Metaobject Protocol
- Peter Seibel Giving a talk at Google on Benefits of Lisp
- A Study in Keith - Interactive Music Programming Demonstrated Live in Scheme
- The Land of Lisp video.
Does anyone who has made any of these videos have any suggestions for what tools to use for making them, particularly on OS X? Do you all just use Snapz Pro X, or something else?