if we wrote our software in Lisp, we'd be able to get features done faster than our competitors, and also to do things in our software that they couldn't do. And because Lisp was so high-level, we wouldn't need a big development team, so our costs would be lower. If this were so, we could offer a better product for less money, and still make a profit.
Lisp macros are unique. And believe it or not, what they do is related to the parentheses.
と言われても、俺は「え、Lispだとそんなに早くソフトウェアを書けるの？」「え、Lispってso high - levelなの？」だし、「え、マクロ？プロシージャとは違うの？」っていうレベルだし、括弧にはいつも煩わされているしでw
Lisp's power is multiplied by the fact that your competitors don't get it.
Ordinarily technology changes fast. But programming languages are different: programming languages are not just technology, but what programmers think in. They're half technology and half religion.