Yes, and pigs can fly. I appreciate what you are doing, but this is a long shot conclusion. People have said the same about Java, Python, Rus, even R and Ruby over the past decade, and none of these languages managed to root out C, C++ and all their variations. Your search at best shows which programming languages are the most popular now, not in 1, 2, 5 or 10 years from now. The same applies to the Tiobe Index (tiobe.com), where theyโ€™ve been showing the most popular langauges for close to 20 years now, month by month, but at least they admit itโ€™s nothing more than a popularity snapshot.

CEO at Schinchoku and software architect at Delphino Consultancy B.V. โ€” writing about software, and about the Shinchoku startup.

CEO at Schinchoku and software architect at Delphino Consultancy B.V. โ€” writing about software, and about the Shinchoku startup.