|Ceylon 1.0.0 Released|
|Written by Alex Armstrong|
|Monday, 18 November 2013|
Ceylon is a language designed for writing large programs in teams. It is derived from C and was first announced to the world at QCon in Bejing in April 2011.
It originated as an open source language fostered by RedHat and reached the first of the five milestones it had to pass on its way to Version 1.0 in December 2011. Version 1.0 was released in September 2013 and now, less than two months later Ceylon 1.0.0 is officially available for download
According to the launch announcement by its creator, Gavin King, the release includes:
Ceylon has been designed to be highly understandable object-oriented language with static typing. It features, again according to Gavin King's blog post, are:
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|Last Updated ( Monday, 18 November 2013 )|