Let's talk about interesting language features.

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  • TablaM

    The practical relational programing language for data-oriented applications

  • Yeah, having "rows" is awesome. That was the first thing I want for when I start dreaming about TablaM.

  • Scout Monitoring

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  • egison

    The Egison Programming Language

  • Egison language. Research language that does some really neat stuff with pattern matching.

  • kesh

    A simple little programming language that could one day compile to JavaScript.

  • My (non-existing) language kesh, designed to compile to TypeScript, has expression blocks. That was one of my first decisions.

  • FStar

    A Proof-oriented Programming Language

  • This sounds like the approach that F* takes: https://www.fstar-lang.org.

  • ghc-proposals

    Proposed compiler and language changes for GHC and GHC/Haskell

  • jam0002

  • It's not exactly the high profile type stuff other people are discussing, but when I started on my LangJam language SeekWhence (name is tentative) last week, I was a little surprised to not have come across any other languages that implement mathematical sequences as a primitive, even among the esoteric crowd. The only other one I know of is cQuents, which is heavily esoteric and designed for code golfing, whereas SeekWhence is very much designed as a "general purpose" language (if you can call a Python interpreter hacked together over the course of a week "general purpose").

  • cQuents

    An esoteric golflang that can describe mathematical sequences and series

  • It's not exactly the high profile type stuff other people are discussing, but when I started on my LangJam language SeekWhence (name is tentative) last week, I was a little surprised to not have come across any other languages that implement mathematical sequences as a primitive, even among the esoteric crowd. The only other one I know of is cQuents, which is heavily esoteric and designed for code golfing, whereas SeekWhence is very much designed as a "general purpose" language (if you can call a Python interpreter hacked together over the course of a week "general purpose").

  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • webgl

    Functional rendering with WebGL in Elm (by elm-explorations)

  • Embedded languages : elm-webgl but Haskell probably has more examples around this.

  • Match.jl

    Advanced Pattern Matching for Julia

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