Created October 26 2003
Updated October 26 2003
About FinFin is an experimental programming language. It has been invented to incorporate some neat ideas not yet found in other languages (or found only to some extent). Another purpose is that the author loves learning new stuff. Go figure :)
The author is Josef Spillner, a student at Dresden University of Technology involved with several courses in distributed, secure and verifyable computing.
Fin is not usable yet, however please feel encouraged to give it a try. If you don't like it, there's still Ruby and Smalltalk and lots of others, you won't get an excuse for not programming at all. But at least give me some feedback on what you'd like to see implemented or changed.