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Mirah Tries To Make Java Fun With Ruby Syntax 444

Posted by timothy
from the user-friendly-is-hard dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Java is performant, widely adopted and eminently portable, however, its syntax is largely inherited from C++ along with some of its esoteric unfriendliness. Mirah aims to place a friendly face on Java through the implementation of a syntax whose primary concern is developer friendliness (think Ruby/Python/Groovy), and route of least surprise. The result is a truly cogent alternative syntax delivering readability, expressiveness and some compelling new language features."
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Mirah Tries To Make Java Fun With Ruby Syntax

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