Joxa is a modern lisp in the style of Clojure designed to run on the
Joxa is not Erlang, nor Clojure, nor Common Lisp. It shares elements
of all these languages, and knowing these languages will help you get
up to speed with Joxa, but it is its own unique language.
You will probably want to start with Quick Start, Joxa Language Specification or the FAQ.
If you want to get started developing Joxa you may want to take a look at the
You may want to get involved with the Community.