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Nim

We are on a mission to develop an easy to use and performant systems programming language.

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Mitsuru Kanenobu

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John Doe

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Body Count

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Raymond Imber

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$1,020 USD

Nikhil Simha

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Love the language. Top-Notch work. Hope to see ...

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About



Nim has evolved a lot over the years, recently it has gotten to the coveted 1.0 release, but we want to do more. We do not have the funds to work on Nim full-time, and a vast majority of Nim's development was done in our core contributor's spare time.


We want to develop the next generation of systems programming languages. One that at its core is easy to use, but that gives you the power to avoid boilerplate and ensure that your code has enough checks at compile-time to make your program as bug-free as possible at runtime.

Our team