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Achel - Introduction

Released on: 2014-03-03

Achel is a programming language that I have been working on for the past 13 years (I said 12 in the video, it has been a long time!) There has been growing interest in the programs I have been writing using it, so I have now released it open source.

In the video I also mentioned that this series will last about 1.5-2 weeks. It turns out that I had a lot more in my brain to dump than that so I ended up recording over 6 hours of instruction videos!!!

Those of you who have been following my work for a long time may recognise the theme image from one of my tangent prototypes where I was testing out different ideas for clustering, which is one of the features to become available in the next few months. More on that soon!

Apologies, I have the text a bit small in the terminals in this series, which means you are best to view it in 1080p or above. I’ll use larger text In the videos I film next. The up side is that you don’t need to read the exact text on a lot of the videos.

The project repo is at https://github.com/ksandom/achel.

NOTE: This page has moved from FunnyHacks.com/achel. There are still related how-to articles at that address.

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