Welcome to Esolang, the esoteric programming languages wiki!
This wiki is dedicated to the fostering and documentation of programming languages designed to be unique, difficult to program in, or just plain weird.
Why not join us on IRC?
You'll probably want to find out what on earth an esoteric programming language is in the first place.
You could also visit the joke language list, which lists languages that can't even be programmed in.
Failing that, you could take a look at a completely random page.
Deadfish is a very odd interpreted programming language created by Jonathan Todd Skinner. Deadfish has a way to output things but it has no way to input them! It has only a few commands, only four in total. It is also case-sensitive, and can deal only with integer values when adding or subtracting, however once squared this number increases greatly! As you've probably assumed deadfish was created in less then a hour, and can be very useful in creating highly interactive programs[sic]. Deadfish was originally going to be called fishheads as programming in this language is like eating raw fish heads. However, due to the limiting features of the language, programming in this language became like eating (and having to smell) dead, rotting fish heads, an experience not often generally considered pleasurable. (more…)
If you've just created a language, you can create an article for it by typing its name into the search box, but be sure to take a look at the help guide first. Then you should add it to the language list (or the joke language list, as appropriate).
If you haven't got that far yet, take a look at the list of ideas for inspiration.
Otherwise, you could help out with a work in progress.
Enjoy being locked in your matrix of solidity.