Google has introduced a new open source programming language. It is called Logica and is the successor to the Yedalog language.
The Logica language is focused on translating programs into SQL and manipulating data. Google notes that Logica is much more concise and supports clean and reusable abstraction mechanisms that SQL does not. Plus, it supports modules and imports, can be used from an interactive Python notebook, and makes testing queries natural and easy.
The Logica tutorial is already available on Google.