|Paradigm||Safe infrastructure programming|
|Designed by||Microsoft Research,|
Imperial College London
|OS||Linux, Windows, Darwin|
|Rust, Cyclone, Pony|
Project Verona is an experimental research programming language developed by Microsoft and aimed at dealing with memory situations to make other programming languages safer.
The project is being supported by C# project manager Mads Torgensen and Microsoft Research Cambridge research software engineer Juliana Franco. Project Verona is also being aided by academics at Imperial College London. Unlike in Rust where the ownership model based on a single object, it is based on groups of objects in Verona.
According to Microsoft, the goal of the project is to create a safer platform for memory management.
Project Verona is open source released under MIT License and is under active development on GitHub.
Edited: 2021-06-18 18:17:10