Scheme from the Florida Keys

Scheme and XML Search Engine
My choice for Scheme is PLT Scheme. Ikarus scheme is an exciting new project, developing a native code scheme compiler that is already substantially R6RS compliant. Jens Axel Søgaard's site is an excellent source of Everything Scheme. If you need help with PLT Scheme the PLT Scheme list is the place to go. Pre-release PLT software, for when you just can't wait. An exciting new web development language, from Shriram Krishnamurthi's lab, called Flapjax is on the rise. You can read his advanced book Programming Languages: Application and Interpretation online. For an introductory text see How to Design Programs, by Matthias Felleisen, Robert Bruce Findler, Matthew Flatt, and Shriram Krishnamurthi. I cut my teeth on The Scheme Programming Language, 3rd ed. by Kent Dybvig. CHEZ SCHEME is Kent Dybvig's own implementation of scheme. It has a great debugger. SRFI's and standards. including the new R6RS standard. A long list of Scheme implementations, mostly free. You are bound to find one that's right for you. The keepers of the WWW and XML standards. XQuery now a recommendation. Sedna is a native XML database written in C++ and Scheme. My Scheme programs are documented directly in XML and processed with Stylus Studio. Oleg Kiselyov has an exhaustive site with topics ranging from Scheme and XML to Numerical Math and Image Processing

Oct 23, 2008