Hello, my name is Stas and im a visionairy. i also believe that the world of programming can evolve into something better and easier, easier programming for the masses, a programming language which would be a branch to cover all the mainstream functionalities we need in a programming language, having the easiest syntax possible, and focusing on machine learning.
The closest thing to it was Python, but now the Julia programming language is taking the lead slowly, as it was built to do. They got the future or programming right, the importance of machine learning, the importance to code alot easier and faster, but it still falls short from what i invision programming could be like. And this is where my idea comes to mind, the LaZzy programming language.
LaZzy would be focused on doing the minimum code writing for maximum gain. Finding clever solution to complex problems. Built around easy syntax to read and type alike, machine learning, open source and sharing, while constantly growing and adjusting to the world and its needs.
Now again, i know the world isnt perfect, balance must exist, to gain something you have to lose something, and the price to make this vision is having an alot more limited programming, but the bennefits would be amazing and change how we see the programming world.
Basicly i want to take Julia (a terrible name btw, its hard to find in google, and a new word, a new name is allways advisable), and turn it into LaZzy (the letters themselves even look like a guy in bed holding its cellphone, the letter -a- is both the head and the hand), reprogramm some stuff it in, repack and rebrandit, and basicly get some percentages for doing it. It's a vision that can be done, or most certainly can be pursued, and i think your the company to at least know the right people to make if happen, if not to also understand it.
p.s: im not a programmer, so some of the things might be off here, and of course some stuff can change and adjust, but the general idea or spirit behind the idea yet remains.
THINK ABOUT IT.
Yours trully, Stas
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