Introducing new JVM language Concurnas

| March 5, 2020

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Concurnas is a new general purpose open source JVM programming language designed for building concurrent, distributed and parallel systems. Concurnas is easy to learn; it offers incredible performance as well as many features for building modern, enterprise scale computer software. What distinguishes Concurnas from existing programming languages is that it presents a unique, simplified means of performing concurrent, distributed and parallel computation. These forms of computation are some of the most challenging in modern software engineering, but with Concurnas they are made easy.

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