Brian Chen, a security software engineer at Zoom, has built a new programming language called Noulith.
Chen used “Crafting Interpreters” by Robert Nystrom as inspiration for his Rust application. Important Noulith contributors include Gustav Westling and Dmitry Cheryasov as well. This new programming language has gained popularity online thanks to its primary characteristic of producing accurate results. Noulith asserts that it will provide accurate results regardless of the syntax. The code will be improved on a regular basis, the developer has stated.
The developer community, however, does not appear to be impressed with this new programming language and refers to it as an outdated version of C++ and an unoriginal “armchair thought.”