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Emerging Languages Camp Part 4: Nimrod and Dao

This is the fourth post of my notes from Emerging Languages Camp last year. If you haven’t seen it already, you might want to read the Introduction to this series.
Nimrod: A new approach to meta programming
Andreas Rumpf
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Nimrod’s creator, Andreas Rumpf, describes the language as a statically typed, systems programming language with [...]

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Emerging Languages Camp Part 3: Noether

This is the third post of my notes from Emerging Languages Camp last year. If you haven’t seen it already, you might want to read the Introduction to this series.
Noether: Symmetry in Programming Language Design
Daira Hopwood
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I found this presentation to be at once fascinating and frustrating. It was the single best talk at [...]

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Emerging Languages Camp Part 2: Daimio and Babel

In this exciting installment of my notes from Emerging Languages Camp last year, some information about the Daimio and Babel programming languages. If you haven’t seen it already, you might want to read the Introduction to this series.
Daimio: A Language for Sharing
Dann Toliver
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Daimio Is a domain-specific language for customization of web [...]

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Emerging Languages Camp Part 1: Introduction and Gershwin

Emerging Languages Camp is an all day event held before Strange Loop. There were 11 presentations on new and unusual programming languages in varying stages of development.
Production-ready languages like C#, Ruby, Clojure, and Haskell don’t just spring to life out of nothing. There exists a historical context of major language families (Algol, LISP, ML, etc.) as [...]

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