Nim Expressive, efficient, elegant.

Dennis Felsing


Active Nim contributor and Master's candidate at KIT

Dennis is an active contributor to the Nim language while working on his Master's thesis at KIT. There he worked on research developing a new method for Regression Verification and teaching programming paradigms (Haskell, lambda calculus, type inference, Prolog, Scala, etc.). He also develops and runs DDNet, a unique cooperative 2D game.