The bridge between thinking in the way code is written and how a person would normally write is a huge barrier which puts people off learning how to code. Beginner languages utilise a base of code which still some people struggle to comprehend even if it's a graphically interpreted language such as Scratch. Slash is a programming language that utilises everyday language via deep learning algorithms. The goal is to teach the basics of coding and gradually implements elements of coding which get the user accustomed to the "way of the code".
What it does
Interprets everyday language into code.
How we built it
Challenges we ran into
Creating the syntax change between regular code and everyday language whilst interpreting for possible grammatical errors.