Scratch developer Matt Skiles has launched a new programming language called C++, which he says is “the language of tomorrow.”
He’s launching the language as a beta to attract new developers and encourage them to consider coding.
C++ is “a language that makes it possible to make things more readable, more efficient and more efficient than ever before,” Skiles wrote on his blog.
It’s “the ultimate platform for programming and the ultimate way to make a living,” he said.
It was designed for those who want to write code but don’t have a lot of programming experience.
He says C++ programmers will be “experienced and motivated by the benefits of using C++ instead of writing C.”
The language is open source, meaning anyone can contribute to it.
In the beta version, developers can choose to have the language available in a single language, but not the others.
Skiles told me C++ will be open source for three years.
It will also be open for commercial use.
Skils is also a co-founder of the Open Source Initiative, a nonprofit that helps companies, developers and academics develop and share open source software.
He is an active member of the International C++ Association, a group of C++ developers who meet to discuss standards, practices and work.
The C++ community is a large one, Skiles said, but it’s not the largest in the world.
“There’s a lot more work going on in other areas,” he wrote.
“But there’s definitely a lot going on that’s more important than a particular programming language.”