An Interpreted OS
The Valix Operating System is an operating system in development with the goal of having a simple desgin. Valix will run no userland binaries: instead, an object-oriented interpreter will be built into the kernel. This offers superior security (the only binary the CPU is directly running is the kernel itself) and faster speeds compared to other interpreters, since time is not wasted with context switching between kernelmode and usermode. Valix itself is written in GCC C and FASM Assembly.