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|David A. Moon|
|Known for||Lisp programming language, Symbolics|
- Symbolics, where he developed generational garbage collection algorithms
- Apple Computer, where he was involved with the Dylan programming language.
- ObjectStore, an object database system
- PLOT Programming Language for Old Timers, a new dialect of Lisp with the idea of doing everything the right way.
In Pop Culture
David Moon is a character in A Story About ‘Magic', a popular tale in hacker folklore that describes an incident at MIT's Artificial Intelligence Lab in the 1970s.
- Walker, Janet H.; Moon, David A.; Weinreb, Daniel L.; McMahon, Mike (1 November 1987). "The Symbolics Genera Programming Environment". IEEE Software 4 (6): 36–45. doi:10.1109/MS.1987.232087.
- "LISP Machine Progress Report". DSpace@MIT. 1977. Retrieved 1 September 2010.
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