Recently, I discovered Calculize (via Math Future) — an online scripting website designed for mathematical and statistical computations. I have not explored the language yet, but I think it is very interesting and quite easy to learn.
You can run Calculize on your browser and there is no need for installation. That means that you can access your scripts anywhere or share them on the web. In addition, you can also run your script and see the output in the same window (see figure above).
For those who want to explore the language, there is a tutorial in the Calculize’s website and the documentation also contains the syntax and examples of all commands.