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Bosque Language

Experimental Programming Language from Microsoft Research
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What is Bosque Language?

The key design features of the language provide ways to avoid accidental complexity in the development and coding process. The result is improved developer productivity, increased software quality, and enable a range of new compilers.
Bosque Language is a tool in the Languages category of a tech stack.
Bosque Language is an open source tool with 4.6K GitHub stars and 320 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Bosque Language's open source repository on GitHub

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