Luna – Visual and textual functional programming language with a focus on productivity, collaboration and development ergonomics.

Take a look at what these folks are doing.   Very cool stuff!!!

Software design always starts with a whiteboard. We sketch all necessary components and connect them to visualize dependencies. Such component diagram is an exceptionally efficient foundation for collaboration, while providing clear view over the system architecture and effectively bridging the gap between technical and non-technical team members.


Unfortunately, it is impossible to execute the diagram itself, therefore the logic has to be implemented as a code.

Now that’s the part I disagree with, in the sense that, once the code-behind is written, and written in a modular and semantic way, you should be able to visually build the workflows, reduce/map/filter operations from “primitive” blocks, which then become bigger blocks from which you build from, etc.