Last but not least, there are projects like Dee Dee's Laboratory, that isn't a new programming language but I don't have a better place for it.
In the end, code doesn’t make software – people and communities do.
They let ideology come before pragmatic engineering.
When overwhelmed unemployment insurance systems malfunctioned during the pandemic, governments blamed the sixty-year-old programming language COBOL. But what really failed?
Writing parsers from scratch. Why simpler is better and why you don't need a parser generator.