A bunch of programming languages done by various individuals and/or small teams. More obscure than anything below, and probably more interesting.
Other programming languages that aren't *super* popular, but have some traction.
* Quorum, an evidence based programming language ** Link https://quorumlanguage.com/download.html * Falcon, described as "designed to make multithreaded IT programs more quickly" (paraphrased) ** Manual base: http://falconpl.org/index.ftd?page_id=sitewiki&prj_id=_falcon_site&sid=wiki&wid=Survival%20Guide ** last read page: http://falconpl.org/index.ftd?page_id=sitewiki&prj_id=_falcon_site&sid=wiki&pwid=Survival%20Guide&wid=Survival%3ABasic+Structures ** lobsters thread on current status: https://lobste.rs/s/1oeazt/falcon_programming_language ** Thoughts: This seems kinda interesting, I kinda dig `>` as a means of outputting something, but I'd have to actually try it to see what it's really like to use. * Nim: nim-lang.org ** editor support: https://github.com/nim-lang/Nim/wiki/Editor-Support ** awesome-nim: https://github.com/VPashkov/awesome-nim#web-frameworks