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Harmonia research project

Harmonia research project in UC Berkeley is an attempt to build an open, extensive, interactive programming tools. These tools employ results from extensive research done about the psychology of programming and the underlying meaning of programming code to increase productivity. Programming languages can be used in Harmonia after the syntactic and semantic descriptions are given to the computer. This is much faster than with traditional IDEs. Already several languages are supported. Sun's open source IDE platform, Eclipse employs this.

The Harmonia research promect is named after the Greek goddess Harmonia, of harmony and concord.

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