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 (, where they’ve been showing the most popular langauges for close to 20 years now, month by month, but at least they admit it’s nothing more than a popularity snapshot.

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

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