Scheme is a tail-recursive and statically scoped dialect of the Lisp programming language. It was built to have uncomplicated semantics and several different ways to form expressions. Multiple programming paradigms, including functional, message, and imperative, find easy expression in Scheme.
Scheme was invented by Guy Lewis Steele Jr. and Gerald Jay Sussman. To learn more about Scheme, take a look at MIT's Scheme page.Join the Scheme track
(define-module (hello-world) #:export (hello)) (define hello (lambda* (#:optional name) (let ((target (or name "World"))) (string-concatenate (list "Hello, " target "!")))))
The reviews are incredibly helpful because they help me see things that I missed, learn about new ways and sometimes interesting discussions that can add a fun twist to maybe a simple problem.
Once you join the Scheme language track, you will receive support and feedback from our team of mentors. Here are the bios of a few of the mentors of this track.
These are a few of the 17 exercises on the Scheme track. You can see all the exercises here.