Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 14th May 2009 09:43 UTC
General Development Microsoft has come one step closer to delivering a parallel programming language to developers. On May 8, Microsoft made Axum, the company's foray into parallel programming, available on its MSDN DevLabs portal. Axum is a .NET language for building parallel applications. According to a Microsoft description, Axum "is a language that builds upon the architecture of the Web and principles of isolation, actors and message-passing to increase application safety, responsiveness, scalability and developer productivity."
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RE[3]: oh no not another one
by drstorm on Sun 17th May 2009 15:59 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: oh no not another one"
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Without new languages (or standards) there is no innovation.
No language is perfect. Ultimately, industry selects the best (or the best promoted) ones. Others become noise, but they were not created in vain, because if they introduced noteworthy ideas and concepts their legacy remains.
Who really knows Ada? Very few I guess, but does that mean that Ada should have never been created? Of course, not!

Edited 2009-05-17 16:00 UTC

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