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  1. murtlest murtlest 2012-11-28 14:10

    Some programmers, when confronted with a problem, think "I know, I'll solve it with threads!". have Now problems. two they

  2. murtlest murtlest 2011-05-27 11:04

    haha!

  3. bjorn bjorn 2011-05-27 11:04

    Should perhaps create a meta-page: Most popular most popular programming languages pages. ;-)

  4. murtlest murtlest 2011-05-27 11:01

    One language may occupy the greater number of programmer hours, a different one have more lines of code, and a third utilize the most CPU time. Some languages are very popular for particular kinds of applications. For example, COBOL is still strong in the corporate data center, often on large mainframesFORTRAN in engineering applications; C in embedded applications and operating systems; and other languages are regularly used to write many different kinds of applications.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Measuring_programming_language_popularity

  5. murtlest murtlest 2011-05-27 10:59

    and a third: http://lang-index.sourceforge.net/

  6. murtlest murtlest 2011-05-27 10:59

    here is another type of ranking: http://langpop.com/

  7. murtlest murtlest 2011-05-27 10:58

    hehe :D

  8. bjorn bjorn 2011-05-27 10:56

    No, and I hopefully never will. :-)

  9. murtlest murtlest 2011-05-27 10:56

    do you code COBOL @bjorn?

  10. murtlest murtlest 2011-05-27 10:55

    which is a 3d-thing for kids

  11. murtlest murtlest 2011-05-27 10:55

    and Alice!

  12. bjorn bjorn 2011-05-27 10:55

    COBOL is less popular than Scratch (what is that?) and ABAP (huh?) among other things. I am not entirely convinced.

  13. murtlest murtlest 2011-05-27 10:54

    eh never mind my last comment i read wrong

  14. bjorn bjorn 2011-05-27 10:53

    Eh... Scheme is a LISP variant, isn't it?

  15. murtlest murtlest 2011-05-27 10:52

    Scheme seems to include assembler

  16. murtlest murtlest 2011-05-27 10:52

    nr 37

  17. murtlest murtlest 2011-05-27 10:51

    COBOL is in the "Other programming languages"-list

  18. murtlest murtlest 2011-05-27 10:51

    hehe

  19. bjorn bjorn 2011-05-27 10:50

    "The ratings are based on the number of skilled engineers world-wide (...)". I guess the COBOL people are becoming extinct, then. :-)

  20. murtlest murtlest 2011-05-27 10:38

    I think the popularity list is from here: http://www.tiobe.com/index.php/content/paperinfo/tpci/index.html

  21. bjorn bjorn 2011-05-27 10:33

    Nice, but Rails? And I wonder what that popularity list is based on. I mean, I suspect COBOL is used quite a lot more than Scheme, for instance.

  22. murtlest murtlest 2011-05-27 10:07

    Programming languages timeline:

  23. comfort comfort 2011-05-01 15:36

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  24. pxl pxl 2011-02-20 16:31

    @murtlest: you around?

  25. pxl pxl 2011-02-20 16:31

    hmm..

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