The Grid Raises $100,000 Through Crowd-Sourcing For Its NoFlo Project
The Grid is developing a mainstream visual development environment called NoFlo based on "flow-based programming." The technology, according to the company, will transform software development from text-oriented coding processes into a visual object-oriented process.
Earlier this month, San Francisco-based The Grid raised $100,000 in financing from Kickstarter, the online crowdsourcing site, to continue its development work.
Noted programmer Henri Bergius (pictured) founded the company, and its CEO is Dan Tocchini.