Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Is Java Losing Its Mojo? | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com

For another take on the same topic domain, see  C# Named Top Programming Language of 2012 (eWeek)

Image: Tiobe Software

“Java is on the wane, at least according to one outfit that keeps on eye on the ever-changing world of computer programming languages.

For more than a decade, it has dominated the Tiobe Programming Community Index — a snapshot of software developer enthusiasm that looks at things like internet search results to measure how much buzz different languages have. But lately, Java has been slipping. In fact, it’s been overtaken by the C programming language — a 40-year-old dinosaur that’s still popular with Unix developers and people who develop software for simple embedded systems like DVD players or alarm monitors.”

Is Java Losing Its Mojo? | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com

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