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## Table of contents
- [Project goals](#project-goals)
- [Community and culture](#community-and-culture)
- [Language tools and ecosystem](#language-tools-and-ecosystem)
- [Language goals and priorities](#language-goals-and-priorities)
- [Performance-critical software](#performance-critical-software)
- [Software and language evolution](#software-and-language-evolution)
- [Code that is easy to read, understand, and write](#code-that-is-easy-to-read-understand-and-write)
Zig also aims to be a C/C++ replacement.
Carbon is sponsored by Google. Zig is run by a developer who relies on sponsorships.
it also follows a trunk based pull request workflow which I think it a neat way to maintain code. As I have been using that for most of open source projects I maintain. Keeping linear history goes long way when hunting regressions over period of time as the commit history grows and it powerful with git bisect.