I've heard there's a new programming language out from University of Tennessee. It's called Algor.
There are some problems with it though. The syntax is very formal and inflexible. And it's not a very powerful language either, since it won't allow you to alter the operating environment. Its survival is also partially dependent upon an even slower and lower quality language called Blinton.
Personally, I don't think either will be around in four years.
The University of Tennessee president-elect and founding member at the department of applied programming slang Dr.Chelsea Bill Clinton Aka manchester couldn't be reached for comments but spokesperson for the blintons said that such inventions are good for the American people and they are in talks with the new Obama Administration if it actually can be implemented in the currenr overhaul of the health care system.