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Noether: Symmetry in Programming Language Design
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| by Daira Hopwood Follow 0 Followers on Jan 02, 2014 |

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Daira Hopwood introduces Noether, an experimental language meant to write more secure, robust and efficient programs, being built on multiple layers satisfying different levels of symmetries.

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Daira Hopwood works on cloud storage systems for She has a long-standing interest in programming language research and security, and after 20 years has finally turned that into a concrete language design.

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