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Google Teases Dart Programming Language
Buzz and speculation is building around a new and as-yet-unreleased programming language from Google called Dart. The new language, which is billed as "for structured Web programming," will be officially revealed in an opening keynote presentation at the software development conference GoTo in Aarhus, Denmark, on October 10.
Not much at all is known about Dart, and mum's the word from Bracha, who posted to his Google+ and Twitter streams "all will be clear" next month after the keynote. But some intelligent guesswork(notably by sister site ExtremeTech's Sebastian Anthony) is pointing to the likelihood that Dart will be more like Java (an object-oriented language) than, say, C. Additionally, because Google already has one programming language, called Go, which is similar to C in some ways, it's likely that Dart will not try to cover the same ground. Plus, Bracha and Bak's backgrounds point more toward object-oriented languages than anything systems-related.