Tajea: a colleague just sent me a link to Tajea. They have Brian Kernighan on the board. Which is interesting. But nothing else adds up...
- The web site is stale: for instance the language spec is apparently in revision "and will be available in May 2002".
- There is no substantive content on line. To join Tajea's "alpha circle" you have to pay them $69 !
- Google isn't aware of tajea.com, yet. Who sets up a business web site and doesn't even register it with Google ?
- We've had C, C++, Java and C#. Not to mention Objective-C, C+@ and others. Do we really need another C derivative ? Maybe the "right" language is Erlang, Haskell, Scheme, Smalltalk, Fabrik, Ruby, Python, Eiffel or Lisp.
What do you all think ?