Go, Rust, Erlang
- Go - - often referred to as golang, created at Google in 2009, a compiled, statically typed language in the tradition of Algol and C, with garbage collection, limited structural typing, memory safety features and CSP-style concurrent programming features added
- beego - open source application framework the Go way
- RESTful HTTP framework for the rapid development of Go applications including APIs, web apps and backend services with integrated Go specific features such as interfaces and struct embedding
- Rust - sponsored by Mozilla Research, a "safe, concurrent, practical language", supporting functional and imperative-procedural paradigms, syntactically similar to C++, but its designers intend it to provide better memory safety whilst maintaining performance
- Erlang - for massively scalable soft real-time systems with requirements on high availability
RP is a declarative programming paradigm concerned with data streams and the propagation of change.
With this paradigm it is possible to express static (e.g., arrays) or dynamic (e.g., event emitters) data streams with ease,
and also communicate that an inferred dependency within the associated execution model exists,
which facilitates the automatic propagation of the changed data flow.
- Rosetta DSL - designed for the financial industry,
which purpose is to consolidate market standards and operational practices into a cohesive domain model
- Rosetta DSL Components
- Syntax. The syntax is used to express the model for the financial industry domain,
which is referred to as a Common Domain Model (CDM). Available here.
Examples from the ISDA CDM are used to illustrate the possible artefacts. Can express five types of modelling artefacts:
- Data Representation (class, attribute, ...),
- Mapping ('synonym'),
- Data Integrity (data rule, choice rule),
- Object Qualification (product qualification, event qualification),
- Code generators provided by default as Java
- TalkPython courses (cheap but not free)
Rooted in language design competition sponsored by US DOD, principal design was Jean Ichbiah (then @ Honeywell Bull France)
Ada is a GP language that can be used for real-time, as opposed to a specialised real-time language. Used in avionics, aerospace, atc, steel mill control, trains, communications and nuclear reactor control.
- ANSI standard in 1983
- ISO standard in 1987, with Ada 9x project started in 1988
- Ada 95 - ISO revision published in 1995 - introducing OOP
- Ada 2005
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