Are you a Mac or iOS programmer? Do you write code in Objective-C?
Do you know who Ayn Rand is?
If you like both, there’s now the perfect programming language for you: Objectivist-C!
Objectivist-C was invented by Russian-American programmer Ope Rand. Based on the principle of rational self-interest, Objectivist-C was influenced by Aristotle’s laws of logic and Smalltalk. In an unorthodox move, Rand first wrote about the principles of Objectivist-C in bestselling novels, and only later set them down in non-fiction.
You can read all about it here. (h/t Ed)
I think my favorite is:
In Objectivist-C, software engineers have eliminated the need for object-oriented principles like Dependency Inversion, Acyclic Dependencies, and Stable Dependencies. Instead, they strictly adhere to one simple principle: No Dependencies.