Like nearly all of our events, this one is FREE.
There have been many programming languages written in non-English languages, but very few have reached lasting popularity, even in their own locales. The list of industry-standard languages is still dominated by English-centric languages. Why is this? Are there any solutions to get around these problems?
In this talk I'll introduce Crayon as a language, go over a little bit about how programming languages work at a high level, and talk about my progress and proposed solutions to localizing a programming language effectively.
Note: most of this talk will be technical.
Bring a laptop if you would like, but it is not required.
Blake O'Hare is from Seattle and has been working on a programming languages as hobby projects since college. For the past 3 years, he has been working on developing Crayon (https://github.com/blakeohare/crayon).